The Political Economy of Corruption

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Index

a
Abed, G. 96
Acemoglu, D. 111
Ackerman, B. 52
Ades, A. 97 , 215 , 216 , 217
Afghanistan:
refugees 150 ;
Russian invasion 150 , 151
Africa 98
Ahmad, A. 8 , 9 , 216
Alam, M. S. 166
Alessina, A. 101
Alexander, H. 51
Allende, President S. 181 , 182
Alsonso-Terme, R. 112
American Eurocopter 190
Anatomie of Abuses, The16
Andersson, N. 119
Angola 3 , 84 n8
anti-corruption 4 , 9 , 206 ;
cases 51 ;
disclosure of gifts 50 ;
movements 3 , 64-5 , 78 , 157 , 172 ;
reform 19 , 27 , 53 , 55-7 , 64 , 73 , 157 , 168 , 174 , 214 , 218
(nineteenth-century 56 ;
see also legislation);
strategies 114 , 172 , 216 ;
see also US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Aquino, President C. 202 , 211 n49
Argentina 44 , 45 , 95 ;
surveys 160
Aristotle 12
arms:
dealers 194 ;
smuggling 150 , 153
Ashland Oil 188 , 189 , 209 n21
audit committees 184 , 187 , 192
Australia 70 ;
surveys 169
Ayres, I. 52

b
Babbie, E. 158 , 176
Bailey, F. G. 69 , 81
Bangladesh:
formation of 142 , 149
Bank of Credit and Commerce International 194 , 203
Bardhan, P. 114
Barro, R. J. 100 , 120
Baumol, W. J. 98
Bearse, P. 111
Beaver, W. 200 , 201 , 203
Beck, L. 70
BEEPS (Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey) 92 , 94 , 169 , 172
Belloni, F. P. 69
Bengal see Bangladesh
Berg, L. 21
Berlusconi, S. 63
Bernhard, Prince 199
Bhutto, Z. A. 148 , 150 , 152
Blake, C. 56
Bolivia 44
Borensztein, E. 96 , 97
Boyce, J. K. 201
Braun, M. 160 , 161
Brazil 3 , 44 ;
lack of reform 55 ;
National Democratic Union (UDN) 73 ;
see also Collor
Bretton Woods Agreement 181 , 204
Bribe Payers' Index (BPI) 169 , 170 , 180 , 209 n25;
see also Transparency International
bribes 3 , 5 , 9 , 35 , 41 , 47 , 53 , 66 , 72 , 89 , 94 , 112 , 114 , 115 , 126 , 159 , 161 , 168 , 180 , 181 , 190 , 198 , 202 , 205 , 214 ;
benefices 15 ;
competitive 46 , 183 ;
controlling 9 , 36 ;
ease of paying 3 , 50 ;
extortion 50 , 66 , 101 , 159 ;
legal 180 , 182 ;
methods 50 ;
movements against 157 ;
narrowly-focused benefits 41 ;
and party-centred PR 44 ;
recipients 186 ;
as "subsistence insurance" 63 , 70 ;
as tax 101 , 113 , 180 ;
as violation of domestic laws 48 ;
see also Bribe Payers' Index

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Tables viii
  • Part I - Governance and Corruption 1
  • 1 - Power, Politics, and Corruption 3
  • 2 - The Definitions Debate 11
  • Notes 29
  • Part II - Political Systems and Corruption 33
  • 3 - Political Corruption and Democratic Structures 35
  • 4 - Why Do Voters Support Corrupt Politicians? 63
  • Part III - Policy and Political Outcomes 87
  • 5 - Corruption, Growth, and Public Finances 89
  • Notes 107
  • 6 - Corruption and the Provision of Health Care and Education Services 111
  • Notes 133
  • Appendix 136
  • Bibliography 138
  • 7 - Historical Antecedents of Corruption in Pakistan 142
  • Bibliography 154
  • Part IV - Solutions and Future Research 155
  • 8 - Measuring Corruption 157
  • Appendix 176
  • Bibliography 177
  • 9 - Legislating Against Corruption in International Markets 180
  • Notes 207
  • Bibliography 212
  • 10 - Controlling Power and Politics 214
  • Bibliography 219
  • Index 220
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