Legislative oversight and curbing corruption : Presidentialism and Parliamentarianism revisited
Scholars generally agree that corruption hinders economic development (Johnston, 1997; Hellman, Jones, and Kaufmann, 2000; Tanzi and Davoodi, 1997; Mauro, 1997; RoseAckerman, 1975, 1978). There are two main schools of thought regarding the causes of corruption. The first focuses on structural causes, including a country's history, sociopolitical context, culture and norms, values, and loyalties. This view is reflected in the work of Rose-Ackerman (1975), Kaufmann and Dininio (2006), Yao (2002),...[Show more]
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