Decentralists in Ukraine – The Corruption Conundrum

Ukrainians routinely complain about paying extra fees for expedited processing of documents, or to have a plumber repair their toilet. Kyiv is littered with unfinished apartment buildings because developers skim so much from the construction funds that the structure cannot be finished. 

Doing business in Ukraine is challenging and it’s not just because of the illegal Russian invasion. For decades corruption has been a reality. 

Is corruption inevitable in post-soviet countries? What effect could corruption have on Ukraine’s recovery and rebuilding after the war? And how can it be eradicated?
Find out on this episode of the Decentralists