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Title: The anatomy of corruption in China: A political economy perspective
Authors: Mushkat, M
Mushkat, R
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: International Center For Civil Society Law
Citation: International Journal of Civil Society Law. 7, 78-86
Abstract: Corrupt acts are believed to be disturbingly common in Chinese society and may have become increasingly so during the reform era because of greater opportunities available to seek material advantage and growing socio-cultural fluidity. Given the magnitude of the problem and its policy implications, it has been subject to a wide-ranging academic examination. Economically-oriented research however has not evolved in a manner commensurate with the challenge the country faces on this front. There is arguably a need to broaden and deepen the effort involved, in a flexible but systematic fashion.
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Dept of Politics, History and Law Research Papers

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