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Accepting ot Resisting Corruption? Responses to Corruption and Competence in Highly Corrupt Enviroments


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Title: Accepting ot Resisting Corruption? Responses to Corruption and Competence in Highly Corrupt Enviroments
Authors: Vera, Sofia
Issue Date: Nov-2018
Publication type: article, other scientific
Publisher: The Quality of Government Institute
Organization: The Quality of Government Institute
Series/Report no.: Working Papers
2018:10
Keywords: Corruption
Survey Experiments
Elections
Public Works Provision
Abstract: The literature studying citizen responses to exposed political corruption is rapidly growing. While some studies explore how information credibility and group identities can reduce the electoral impact of the exposure of corruption, this article addresses different mechanisms for weak electoral accountability for corruption: public works provision and corruption prevalence. It uses a vignette experiment embedded in a national survey in Peru to isolate the causal effect of political corruption on... more
ISSN: 1653-8919
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/58544
Appears in Collections:Working Papers/Books /Department of Political Science / Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

 

 

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