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1Definitions of political corruption, and why study corruption
2The growth, spread and measurement of corruption
3The causes and explanations of political corruption
4The mechanisms and dynamics of corruption
5Political corruption and organised crime
6Political corruption and scandal
7Anti-corruption: prevention and control
8Corruption in liberal democracies: a case study of Italy
9Political corruption in Central and Eastern Europe
10Political corruption in the developing and newly industrialised states
- Corruption in contemporary politics
James L. Newell
- Manchester University Press
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