Political corruption

    Historical Roots of Corruption

    By Eric M. Uslaner

    Paperback £20.74

    Using both statistical analysis and case studies, Uslaner argues that corruption levels in 2010 largely depend upon the level of education in a country over a century ago. The book will be of interest to students of corruption and institutional development in political science, economics, and sociology.

    Lies of the Land

    Hardback Save £3.54 = £11.45

    Conspiracy

    By Charlotte Greig

    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    Organizing Leviathan

    By Victor Lapuente

    Paperback £20.74

    This book for students of governance, public policy and public administration examines why some countries are less corrupt and better governed than others. It shows that good governance is the result of long-term cultural or economic trends, the degree of democracy, and how public bureaucracies are organized.

    Hidden History of Crime, Corruption, and States

    By Renate Bridenthal

    Paperback Save £2.82 = £21.18

    This volume pursues the idea by revealing how lawbreakers and lawmakers have related to one another on the shadowy terrains of power over wide stretches of time and space.

    Case for Impeachment

    By Allan J. Lichtman

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Professor Allan J. Lichtman, who has correctly forecasted thirty years of presidential elections, makes the case for impeaching the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump

    Panama Papers

    By Bastian Obermayer

    Paperback £8.45

    The inside story from the journalists who set the investigation in motion

    Criminal Enterprises and Governance in Latin America and the

    By Enrique Desmond Arias

    Hardback Save £9.16 = £65.84

    Through an examination of violent neighbourhoods this book shows how criminals affect local politics in Colombia, Brazil, and Jamaica.

    Making Sense of Corruption

    By Bo Rothstein

    Hardback Save £5.29 = £44.70

    From being largely ignored in research, corruption has recently become one of the most important social issues. Yet defining corruption has resulted in profound disagreement. This book presents a bold and innovative solution to this problem, which will appeal to students of political theory, political philosophy, sociology and social anthropology.

    Making Sense of Corruption

    By Bo Rothstein

    Paperback Save £1.23 = £16.76

    From being largely ignored in research, corruption has recently become one of the most important social issues. Yet defining corruption has resulted in profound disagreement. This book presents a bold and innovative solution to this problem, which will appeal to students of political theory, political philosophy, sociology and social anthropology.

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