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Dark Friendliness in Austria and Slovenia

Birgit Burböck, Anita Macek, Mladen Vuckovic, Sonja Lipar and Stefan Bojnec
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Birgit Burböck: FH Joanneum, Austria
Anita Macek: Fh Joanneum, Austria
Mladen Vuckovic: FH Joanneum, Austria
Sonja Lipar: University of Primorska, Slovenia
Stefan Bojnec: University of Primorska, Slovenia

Management, 2017, vol. 12, issue 4, 375-389

Abstract: The paper aims to analyse and compare personal opinion of respondents on corruption perception in Austria and Slovenia with the help of the adoption of the questionnaire of the Global Corruption Barometer of Transparency International. The research results on corruption perception are based on survey sample of 469 respondents in Austria and 410 respondents in Slovenia. The analyses confirmed that the level of corruption differs significantly between Austria and Slovenia, but differences within the country are largely not significant depending on gender. The study proves higher awareness on harms of corruption in Austria, while in the other fields of corruption fighting – corruption as a problem and effectiveness of national governments when fighting against corruption – do not differ much between the two countries. The study proves that with entering Slovenian and Austrian business environment the investors will be faced better anticorruption environment in Austria than in Slovenia but corruption risks can appear in each of the country.

Keywords: perception of corruption; Global Corruption Barometer of Transparency International; Austria; Slovenia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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