South Korea: the odyssey to corruption control
Various indicators of corruption show that South Korea has been relatively successful in controlling corruption compared to other Asian countries. Since its independence, South Korea has been transitioning, if not completed a transition, from particularism of the limited access order to ethical universalism of the open access order. How did this happen? This chapter first compares the political, economic and social bases of contemporary control of corruption in South Korea with those in the...[Show more]
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