|PART IGovernance and corruption: the emerging challenges ofdevelopment||1|
|1 Power, politics, and corruption ||3|
|ARVIND K. JAIN|
|2 The definitions debate: old conflicts in new guises ||11|
|PART IIPolitical systems and corruption||33|
|3 Political corruption and democratic structures ||35|
|4 Why do voters support corrupt politicians? ||63|
|PART IIIPolicy and political outcomes||87|
|5 Corruption, growth, and public finances ||89|
|VITO TANZI AND |
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Book title: The Political Economy of Corruption.
Contributors: Arvind K. Jain - Editor.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2001.
Page number: v.
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