Essays in Political Economy
Edited by Susan Rose-Ackerman and Paul Lagunes
Chapter 4: Corruption and democratic institutions: a review and synthesis
4. Corruption and democratic institutions: a review and synthesis Matthew C. Stephenson Do democratic elections help reduce corruption? Many reformers—both anti-corruption advocates and democracy promoters—hope and believe the answer is yes. Doe...
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