CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION: WHAT HAS PAST DECADE'S EMPIRICAL RESEARCH TAUGHT US? A SURVEY
Eugen Dimant () and
Journal of Economic Surveys, 2018, vol. 32, issue 2, 335-356
Corruption has fierce impacts on economic and societal development and is subject to a vast range of institutional, jurisdictional, societal, and economic conditions. It is this paper's aim to provide a reassessment and a comprehensive stateâ€ ofâ€ theâ€ art survey of existing literature on corruption and its causes and effects. A particularly strong focus is put on presenting and discussing insights resulting from empirical research and contrasting recent with older findings.
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Working Paper: Causes and Effects of Corruption: What has Past Decade's Research Taught us? A Survey (2017)
Working Paper: The Antecedents and Effects of Corruption - A Reassessment of Current (Empirical) Findings (2014)
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