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Corruption, political competition and environmental policy

Wilson, John; Damania, Richard


There is a vast literature on the causes and consequences of corruption. A common theme is the belief that countries which exhibit a low level of political competition are more likely to have higher levels of corruption. The model presented here examines the effect of corruption on environmental policy under varying degrees of political competition. An important feature of this model, which has received far less attention in the literature, is that corruption may occur at different levels. A...[Show more]

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Date published: 2003
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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