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Corruption, Democracy And Asia-Pacific Countries, Neil Campbell, Shrabani Saha Oct 2013

Corruption, Democracy And Asia-Pacific Countries, Neil Campbell, Shrabani Saha

Neil Campbell

This paper argues that the relationship between democracy and corruption is nonmonotonic. When a country shifts from autocratic rule to highly imperfect democracy (an ‘electoral democracy’) it is frequently perceived that the level of corruption increases. Conversely, when the democracy level is already relatively high (approaching ‘mature democracy’) an increase in the level of democracy is typically expected to decrease the level of corruption. To assist with our discussion of these issues, before going on to the empirical part of the paper, we look specifically at the case of South Korea to illustrate how corruption responded to an increasing level ...


How To Talk To Decision Makers...Who Don't Want To Talk To You: An Interview With Leida Rijnhout, Sherrie Steiner Jul 2013

How To Talk To Decision Makers...Who Don't Want To Talk To You: An Interview With Leida Rijnhout, Sherrie Steiner

Sherrie M Steiner

No abstract provided.


Hotspur & Falstaff Versus The Politicians: Shakespeare's View Of Honor, Tim Spiekerman Dec 2012

Hotspur & Falstaff Versus The Politicians: Shakespeare's View Of Honor, Tim Spiekerman

Tim Spiekerman

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The Practical Process Of Gender Mainstreaming In The Political Science Curriculum, Amy Atchison Dec 2012

The Practical Process Of Gender Mainstreaming In The Political Science Curriculum, Amy Atchison

Amy Atchison

No abstract provided.