(Dys-)Functionalities of Corruption Comparative Perspectives and Methodological Pluralism /
Corruption is usually understood as hampering political development, economic growth and democratic participation of citizens, but comparing the effects of corruption for different political regimes presents astonishingly complex findings. The ongoing persistence of corruption underlines that it is...
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|Other Authors:||Debiel, Tobias., Gawrich, Andrea.|
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