Corrupt Exchanges: Actors, Resources, and Mechanisms of Political Corruption

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Corrupt Exchanges: Actors, Resources, and Mechanisms of Political Corruption - della Porta, Donatella, and Vannucci, Alberto, and Della Porta

Political corruption has traditionally been presented as a phenomenon characteristic of developing countries, authoritarian regimes, or societies in which the value system favored tacit patrimony and clientelism. Recently, however, the thesis of an inverse correlation between corruption and economic and political development (and therefore ...

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