ARTICLE TITLE: Anticorruption Policies in the Spaces of Social Exclusion
AUTHORS: Pankevich N.
ABSTRACT: The article posits that corruption bases not only on the bureaucracy rights on public goods distribution, but also on the its’ authority over individuals and groups. The first variant presents corruption as a defect of administrative procedure that can be corrected technically and logically. While the later is the defect of the social model of authority imposing. Correcting corruption behavior in this sphere needs deep societal transformation. The article describes this sphere and proposes that concentration of corruption practices is observable in disciplinary regimes that function is the field of social exclusion. The evaluation of demographic and financial capacity of this social segment is done and the methods of anti-corruption policy proposed. Also applicability of these methods in normal social environment is studied.
KEYWORDS: corruption , disciplinary regimes , social exclusion