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Where Corruption Lives

Gerald E. Caiden (editor) Joseph G. Jabbra (editor)
O.P. Dwivedi (editor)
et al (editor)

ISBN: 9781565491342

Publication Date: Sep 2001

Format: Hardback

Also available as: Paperback  

This work presents an up-to-date and comprehensive global survey of the presence of official corruption in governance. It links theoretical perspectives to common practices found throughout the world, examining both liberal democracies and autocracies.
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Where Corruption Lives presents an up-to-date and comprehensive global survey of the presence of official corruption in governance. It links theoretical perspectives to common practices found throughout the world, examining both liberal democracies with their relatively clean governance and autocracies where corruption is institutionalized. The contributors explore the initiatives being taken by national governments and international organizations to combat and reduce corrupt practices, and assesses their chances of success or failure. No comparable comparative study of official corruption exists, and this book will be essential reading for students of comparative politics, public administration, and public ethics.
Pages 256
Date Published 30 Sep 2001
Publisher Kumarian Press
Subject/s Central government   Political structures: democracy   Political structures: totalitarianism & dictatorship  

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