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|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William C Heffernan; John Kleinig
|Description:||vii, 372 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The corruptibility of corruption / John Kleinig and William C. Heffernan --
Corruption and justice / Arlene W. Saxonhouse --
Pure corruption / J. Peter Euben --
The contract from hell / Paul A. Cantor --
Ideas of corruption in eighteenth-century England / Shelley Burtt --
When is a campaign contribution a bribe? / Daniel H. Lowenstein --
A market in liberty / Adina Schwartz --
Struggling against corruption / John T. Noonan Jr. --
On systemic corruption in China and its influence / He Qinglian --
Comparing corruption / Michael Johnston --
Corruption prevention at ground zero, 2001-2002 / Frank Anechiarico.
|Responsibility:||edited by William C. Heffernan and John Kleinig.|
The contributors explore the ethical issues that must be confronted in identifying corruption, as well as address some of the ethical issues that challenge attempts to root out corruption."--BOOK JACKET.
This volume provides a rich historical context for analysis and creatively explores the varying definitions and usages of the term 'corruption.' Given its complexity, corruption deserves to be