COMBATING CORRUPTION DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: a Russian and Brazilian Critical Dialogue
The present article is devoted to existing problems and prospective tasks of preventing corruption risks in the period of the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on empirical evidence, the authors conclude the consequences of the pandemic COVID-19 on state and public activity. Corruption practices are changing during the pandemic period, requiring adequate responses. The authors identify areas of public activity associated with the emergence of the most acute corruption risks caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Besides, the article systematizes long-term and latest trends related to combating corruption in the pandemic.