Book 2014

(Dys-)Functionalities of Corruption

Comparative Perspectives and Methodological Pluralism

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ISBN: 978-3-658-04632-3 (Print) 978-3-658-04633-0 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VI

  2. (Dys-)Functionalities of corruption: comparative perspectives and methodological pluralism

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      Pages 1-11

      (Dys-)Functionalities of corruption: comparative perspectives and methodological pluralism

  3. Conceptual Approaches and Methodological Pluralism

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      Pages 13-32

      Corruption, method choice, and constraints—exploring methodological pluralism in corruption research

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      Pages 33-56

      Klientelistische Korruptions-Netzwerke – Konzeptionelle und empirische Ansätze

  4. Political Rule, Governance and Growth

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      Pages 57-87

      Persistent systemic corruption: why democratisation and economic liberalisation have failed to undo an old evil

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      Pages 89-116

      Relationale Korruption in der VR China. Institutionelle Grundlagen und ihre (Dys)Funktionalität für wirtschaftliche Entwicklung und Wachstum

  5. Corruption and Citizens’ Attitudes

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      Pages 117-135

      Corruption and trust: a model design

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      Pages 137-157

      Corruption and citizens’ satisfaction with democracy in Europe: what is the empirical linkage?

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      Pages 159-182

      Justifying corrupt exchanges: rational-choice corruptors

  6. Policies and Norms of Anti-Corruption

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      Pages 183-218

      Anti-corruption revisited: the case of the Czech Republic and Slovakia

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      Pages 219-242

      Warriors unchained: critical junctures and anticorruption in Taiwan and South Korea

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      Pages 243-264

      The changing global norm of anti-corruption: from bad business to bad government

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 266-266