Economic Analysis and International Law
Chapter 8: How corruption affects the economic and institutional textures of States: three case examples
The impact of corruption on economies provides the strongest case for the ever-growing commitments of States and international institutions in preventing and tackling such crime. However, the illustration of some recent cases of "grand" national and transnational corruption is even more explicative in showing its pernicious and pervasive effects. Sadly enough, the number of suitable cases for this purpose appears uncountable.
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