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The politics of corruption in dictatorships

Author: Vineeta Yadav; Bumba Mukherjee
Publisher: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
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"The Politics of Corruption in Dictatorshipsstudies how institutional and social factors influence corruption in dictatorships. Dictatorships are often synonymous with high levels of corruption, yet Vineeta Yadav and Bumba Mukherjee argue otherwise. The authors ask why corruption has declined in some but not other authoritarian regimes"--
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Yadav, Vineeta.
Politics of corruption in dictatorships
(DLC) 2015022174
(OCoLC)914195201
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Vineeta Yadav; Bumba Mukherjee
ISBN: 9781316014950 1316014959
OCLC Number: 934451579
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Half title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Tables; Figures; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; Definition of Corruption; Autocrats and Corruption: Insights from the Current Literature; Summary of Theoretical Framework; Empirical Research Design; Book Outline; 2 Geographic Concentration and Political Mobilization by Small- and Medium-Sized Business Firms; Private-Sector SMEs in Authoritarian Regimes; De Facto Legislative Opposition Parties in Authoritarian States; Political Tactics of SMEs, Geographic Concentration, and Corruption; Conclusion. 3 SME Business Association, Multiparty Legislature, and CorruptionThe SME Association's Political Capability; Why Opposition Parties Will Court the SME Association's Support; The Quid Pro Quo Coalition and Its Tactics; The Authoritarian Ruling Elites' Response; Three Alternative Domestic Scenarios and Corruption; Conclusion; 4 Geographic Concentration and National SME Association in Autocracies: The Empirical Evidence; Empirical Research Design; Sample and Dependent Variable; Independent and Control Variables; Statistical Methodology; Main Results and Robustness Tests; Conclusion. 5 Empirical Analysis of Legislative Institutions, SME Firms, and Corruption in AutocraciesSample and Dependent Variable; Independent and Control Variables; Statistical Methodology; Main Results and Specification Robustness Tests; Diagnostic Checks and Econometric Robustness Tests; Conclusion; Greene's (2001) Sample-Selection Model; Double-Selection Model; 6 Jordan: Institutional Change and Corruption; A Brief Overview; SMEs: Geographic Concentration, Corruption Concerns, Business Association; Politics of Corruption; Time-Series Analysis of Corruption in Jordan; Alternative Hypotheses. Conclusion7 Malaysia: SME Mobilization and Corruption; Political and Economic Overview of Malaysia; Private SMEs in Malaysia: Main Features, Corruption Concerns, and the SMI Association; Parties, Opposition, and the Legislature in Malaysia; Opposition Parties, the SMI Association, and Corruption in Malaysia; Alternative Hypotheses; Conclusion; 8 Uganda: The Contrarian Case; A Brief Overview; Private-Sector SMEs in Uganda; Political Parties and Parliamentary Opposition in Uganda; Corruption in Uganda; Alternative Hypotheses; Conclusion; 9 Conclusion and Implications.
Responsibility: Vineeta Yadav, Penn State University ; Bumba Mukherjee, Penn State University.
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