Rashko Dorosiev

Project Director, Political Research (on leave)

Rashko Dorosiev has been working as a researcher and project director in Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia since 2000. His research interests include anti-corruption policy, political sociology, and political risk assessment. He participated in a number of research project including: “Institutional Reactions to Cases of Corruption in Bulgaria”, CLS 2002 -2003, Sofia, “Lessons Learned in Anti-corruption Policy”, CEU Budapest, 2003 – 2004, and “Task Force on Organized Crime in Bulgaria”, CLS, 2004. Since 2002 he has been working as a consultant writing reports on political risk in Bulgaria. His publications include: Co-author “Country report: Bulgaria” in: Nations in Transit 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 - Democratisation in East Central Europe and Eurasia, Freedom House, 2003; “Four Corruption Scandals Seen by Media and Judiciary Points of View”, in Institutional Reactions to Cases of Corruption in Bulgaria, CLS (under print)


Anti-Corruption: Uses and Abuses. Findings from the Content Analysis of Interviews with Politicians, Representatives of Judiciary, Police, Media, Civil Society and Businessman in Bulgaria

Discussion Paper 22, Crime and Culture Project, University of Konstanz | 26 June 2008

Perceptions of Corruption in Bulgaria

Discussion Paper No. 16, Crime and Culture, University of Konstanz | 26 February 2008

Comment: Bulgarians Bored by Anti-Corruption Campaigns

11 February 2005

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