The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 7
Page No. 1807 - 1811

On Criminological Aspects of Corruption-Related Criminal Activity in Russia

Authors : Timur A. Gumerov, Vladimir N. Zhadan and Iskandar G. Mukhametgaliyev

Abstract: The study offers a review of criminological aspects of corruption-related criminal activity in Russia based on the international legal acts and analysis of the Russian legislation in the sphere of corruption control as well as on official statistics, scientific and researchers approaches allowing to determine the concept and types of corruption-related crimes and to describe the rate, dynamics and reasons of such crimes along with description of personality characteristics of criminal corruptionists and determining the crime-preventive measures. The researchers give a description of crime situation in Russia in 2014 as compared to 2010 in general and by separate corruption-related crimes. The following research methods were used in the course of the study preparation: analysis, comparison, statistics, etc. The research results were discussed during the international conferences and were partially published. The researchers come to a conclusion that the problem of corruption in Russia is not so much of criminological and criminal nature as of sociopolitical nature. Therefore, its revelation and prevention is conditioned by consistent and efficient activity of all governmental and law enforcement authorities as well as by pro-active anticorruption attitude of the citizens and the civil society institutions.

How to cite this article:

Timur A. Gumerov, Vladimir N. Zhadan and Iskandar G. Mukhametgaliyev, 2015. On Criminological Aspects of Corruption-Related Criminal Activity in Russia. The Social Sciences, 10: 1807-1811.

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