Corruption in the Contemporary World: Theory, Practice, and Hotspots

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This book deals with large-scale, systemic corruption, a phenomenon that it identifies as part of the political landscape in most, if not all, societies of the contemporary world. While the analysis is grounded in the political thought of earlier thinkers, especially Edmund Burke, and integrates the insights of several modern analysts of corruption, the volume offers a new, updated theoretical perspective on the topic. This perspective reflects deep concerns with corruption in a world facing accelerated social transition, ...

Corruption in the Contemporary World: Theory, Practice, and Hotspots 2017, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739194706

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Corruption in the Contemporary World: Theory, Practice, and Hotspots 2014, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739194683

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