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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORRUPTION, TRUST AND EFFICACY IN THE WESTERN BALKANS Direct and conditional effects


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Title: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORRUPTION, TRUST AND EFFICACY IN THE WESTERN BALKANS Direct and conditional effects
Authors: Gola, Gentiana
Issue Date: 20-Jul-2021
Degree: Master theses
Abstract: Empirical findings indicate that corruption perceptions decrease two key components of system support and legitimacy: citizens’ political trust and political efficacy. While the relationship between corruption, trust and political efficacy is well established in the literature, little attention has been paid so far to contextual factors that could moderate this relationship. This thesis tests both the direct effects of corruption on trust and political efficacy and potentially their conditional ... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69207
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