Accountability and corruption : political institutions matter / Daniel Lederman, Norman Loayza and Rodrigo Reis Soares Lederman, Daniel, 1968-

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Lederman, Daniel, 1968-
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Political corruption - Developing countries.; Developing countries - Politics and government.; Misconduct in office - Developing countries.
Summary
The results of a cross-country empirical analysis suggests that political institutions are extremely important in determining the prevalence of corruption: democracy, parliamentary systems, political stability, and freedom of the press are all associated with lower corruption.
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