| 3.1 Types of constitutional structures ||38|
| 3.2 Ranking of constitutional systems (best to worst) ||40|
| 4.1 Voting choices with corrupt parties ||80|
| 5.1 Corruption and development in ninety-seven countries ||90|
| 5.2 Corruption and growth in ninety-seven countries ||91|
| 5.3 Bribes paid and their frequency in twenty transition economies ||95|
| 5.4 Corruption and VAT productivity in eighty-three countries ||105|
| 6.1a Corruption without theft ||113|
| 6.1b Corruption with theft ||113|
| 6.2 Corruption and the provision of government services in seventy-one countries ||116|
| 6.3a Corruption, quality of health care, and child mortality in sixty-two countries (circa 1997) ||118|
| 6.3b Corruption, efficiency, and dropout rates in fifty-three countries (circa 1997) ||118|
| 6.4 Corruption and child mortality ||126|
| 6.5 Corruption and social indicators ||127|
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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: vii.
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