By Natasha Srdoc, MBA
The article that shows how individual, economic and political freedoms are still repressed in southeast Europe, and corruption is the biggest reason why.
If we want economic freedom in southeast Europe — and as we learn what it truly means we discover we definitely do — then we need to reprioritise. Yes, we need to see continued efforts to make business environments more conducive to foreign and domestic investment. But we also need to address more overtly the twin legacies of communist rule: disregard for private property rights and the inheritance of institutional power by networks of corrupt government officials and their private partners in crime.