Corruption and Democratisation
The 1990s have seen an upsurge of interest and concern about the problem of political corruption. These papers examine, in a range of national contexts, the relationship between democratization and combating corruption. Are the two processes ultimately in conflict?
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In the State We Trust? Democratisation Corruption and Development
Democratisation or the Democratisation of Corruption? The Case of Uganda
Mozambique in Transition
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 199799
Regional Role Model or Deviant Case?
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