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Are women more likely than men to oppose corruption in China? Not yet

Yu Hao, Wei Wei and Chun-Ping Chang

Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 3, 152-157

Abstract: We examine the relationship between the ratio of females in the population and the level of corruption in China using annual panel data from 29 provinces during the period 1995–2012. We find that the influences of women on corruption are ambiguous and vary across regions.

Date: 2018
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