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The Third Path into the Twilight? Corruption in Socialist Yugoslavia

Authors: Klaus Buchenau;

The Third Path into the Twilight? Corruption in Socialist Yugoslavia

Abstract

Corruption in socialist Yugoslavia was a specific phenomenon when compared to the inter-war period or to post-socialism. In contrast to liberalism, communist ideology did not support an understanding of corruption as a problem of its own but tended to see political and material “deviations” as originating from the same root – i. e., from a lack of political morale. The League of Communists failed to live up to its role as an educator of society, since it was trapped between declarative moral rigorism and the fact that material need and greed could be satisfied best by becoming a party member.

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yugoslavia, History, History of Balkan Peninsula, clientelism, corruption, serbia, communism, DR1-2285

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7 The Yugoslav Criminal Code of 2. March, 1951, Translated into German with an introduction by Dr. August Munda, (Berlin, 1952).

8 Krivični zakon Socijalističke Federativne Jugoslavije, (Zagreb, 1982).

9 Zakon o zaštiti narodnih dobara i njihovom upravljanju, Službeni list 1 (1945), 36, 296.

10 Zakon o krivičnim delima protiv opštenarodne imovine i imovine zadružnih i drugih društvenih organizacija, Službeni list 4 (1948), 87, 1365-1366.

11 AJ, 49-26, Krivična dela protiv lične i privatne imovine (1946), 4.

12 Friedrich von Halem, „Eine Skizze über Gesetz und Wertordnung in Ost und West: Von der Antike bis zur Moderne“, Forum für osteuropäische Ideen- und Zeitgeschichte, Vol. 7, No. 1 (2003), 15-51.

13 Cf. Aleksandar Đ. Marinković, „Uništenje srpske privredne elite posle Drugog svetskog rata - Primer porodice Teokarović“, Istorija 20. veka 2/2010, 135-148; Srđan Cvetković, „Afera 'Granap ' - smrtna kazna zbog korupcije“, Korupcija i razvoj moderne srpske države, eds Aleksandra Bulatović, Srđan Korać, (Beograd: Centar za menadžment, 2006), 143-150.

14 Max Weber, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, (Tübingen: Mohr 1922), 650-678.

15 This image, which was shaped not least by the Bielefeld school of social history, has, however, been considerably battered in the last decade by young researchers with a cultural-historical orientation. See, for example: Patrick Wagner Bauern, Junker und Beamte. Lokale Herrschaft und Partizipation im Ostelbien des 19. Jahrhunderts, (Göttingen: Wallstein-Verlag, 2005).

16 Even positive connotations were possible: for example, in a reader's letter to the Niške novine of 26. 2. 1933 it says: “In terms of his moral qualities, the činovnik must be a role model for others.”

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