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Corruption and emerging markets: Systematic review of the most cited

Renato Fabiano Cintra, Alessandra Cassol, Ivano Ribeiro and Antonio Oliveira de Carvalho

Research in International Business and Finance, 2018, vol. 45, issue C, 607-619

Abstract: This paper analyzes the most cited and published articles internationally, indexed in Scopus, addressing corruption and emerging markets. It can target the articles in three periods: 2000–2002 which is characterized by inserting the discussion of corruption directed to emerging markets (effervescence); 2003–2005, characterized by the consolidation of the discussion related to corruption and with a strong theoretical connotation (theoretical basis); and 2006–2010, characterized by discussion about corruption in more focused and specific situations (theoretical maturity). There was a predominance of an empirical and quantitative approach and analysis by regression in the quantitative and a literature revision in the qualitative.

Keywords: Corruption; Emerging markets; Systematic review (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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