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2014, iss. 1, pp. 173-184
Models of financial crime ownership transformation in transition economies
aVisoka poslovno tehnička škola, Doboj, Republika Srpska, BiH
bIndependent University of Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, B&H

emaildrsreckonovakovic@gmail.com, dusan67@eunet.rs
Keywords: transition; privatization; corruption; financial transactions; financial criminal; speculations
Abstract
Transformation of value system and mentality, being a constituent part of transition, goes slowly with certain consequences. Values favourable in the former system (equality, collectiveness) should be replaced by universal democratic values (individualism, democracy, human rights and freedom, private property, fair privatization and similar). Believing in the old system of conception and principles, citizens were not ready to meet changes, having thought that the end of the communism would immediately bring democracy which automatically generates economical, social and political safety, as well as the increase of the cultural level. There is no country with a high result in a fight against corruption in its all forms, therefore in transition as well. This claim can be reasoned by a number of files processed by authorities. According to its main characteristics, corruption is a form of social pathology. Its appearance changes in a parallel way with changes in society. Beside the standard form, each novelty in modelling certain businesses where the participant is the official administration can bring corruption in a new form. This leads to the existence of its characteristic of adaptation to new situations. When we talk about the causes of corruption we imply that beside its standard causes, transition as a process is a possible one.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
DOI: 10.5937/NBP1401173N
published in SCIndeks: 04/07/2015

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