The geographies of collective action, principal-agent theory and potential corruption in Papua New Guinea

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2017

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Walton, Grant
Jones, Ainsley

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The National Research Institute and Development Policy Centre

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Recent theorizing on corruption is split between two approaches: corruption is described as a collective action or principal-agent problem. Insights from political science and geography suggest that these theories are not as bifurcated as some of the literature indicates, as their explanatory power is shaped by place-specific factors.

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