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The Complex Links Between Governance And Biodiversity, C. Barrett, C. Gibson, B. Hoffman, Mathew D. Mccubbins Jan 2006

The Complex Links Between Governance And Biodiversity, C. Barrett, C. Gibson, B. Hoffman, Mathew D. Mccubbins

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We argue that two problems weaken the claims of those who link corruption and the exploitation of natural resources. The first is conceptual. Studies that use national level indicators of corruption fail to note that corruption comes in many forms, at multiple levels, and may or may not affect resource use. Without a clear causal model of the mechanism by which corruption affects resources, one should treat with caution any estimated relationship between corruption and the state of natural resources. The second problem is methodological: Simple models linking corruption measures and natural resource use typically do not account for other ...


Punitive Damage Awards In Pet-Death Cases: How Do The Ratio Rules Of State Farm V. Campbell Apply?, William A. Reppy Jr. Jan 2006

Punitive Damage Awards In Pet-Death Cases: How Do The Ratio Rules Of State Farm V. Campbell Apply?, William A. Reppy Jr.

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