Corruption and Governmental Legitimacy: A Twenty-First Century Perspective

Corruption and Governmental Legitimacy: A Twenty-First Century Perspective

Corruption and Governmental Legitimacy analyzes “legal corruption,” the noncriminal acts of corruption that flourish in democratic nations. This book defines legal corruption and illustrates its corrosive effects. It also examines the possibilities and challenges of corrective legislation and anticorruption campaigns.

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Publisher: Lexington Books (November 15, 2016)

Parent ISBN: 9781498533973

Page count: 324 pages

Language: English


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