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Дамм, Ирина Александровна
Дамм, Ирина Александровна. Corruption Prevention in Educational Organization (Case Study: Siberian Federal University) [Текст] / Ирина Александровна Дамм // Журнал Сибирского федерального университета: Гуманитарные науки. — 2020. — Т. 13 (№ 1). — С. 50-60
In accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation on countering corruption, educational organisations are obliged to take measures to prevent corruption. At the same time, the content, forms, methods and subjects of organising anticorruption preventive work are questions that do not have a definite answer. Siberian Federal University implements a set of measures to prevent corruption based on its own scientific findings. Long-term preventive activity predetermined the institutionalisation of relations in corruption prevention at the University. Specialised structural units for corruption prevention, established under local regulatory acts in connection with the increasing complexity of the tasks and emerging needs, successfully operate. The corruption prevention programme annually adopted in Siberian Federal University lays out the specific features of the main directions of work. At the same time, one of the important areas implemented by the organisation is the anti-corruption enlightenment of students and employees, as well as ensuring the information transparency of corruption prevention. In the absence of a proper scientific and methodological basis for corruption prevention in educational institutions of higher education, the experience of Siberian Federal University may be useful for other educational organisations of various types.
anti-corruption preventive measures
anticorruption enlightenment
anti-corruption competences
educational organisation
Corruption Prevention in Educational Organization (Case Study: Siberian Federal University)
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Юридический институт
Кафедра деликтологии и криминологии
Журнал Сибирского федерального университета

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