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Bureaucracy, Politics and Corruption
Most comparative studies on corruption are geared towards the analysis of factors dealing with the selection and the incentives of actors taking policy decisions in a state. With few exceptions, such as Rauch & Evans (2000), ...
The Impact of Quality of Government as Impartiality: Theory and Evidence
In this paper I argue that Rothstein and Teorell’s (2008) concept of impartiality helps to integrate four conspicuously disparate strands in the literature on consequences of government institutions: the literatures on ...
Electoral Systems: Assessing the Cross-Sectional Time-Series Data Sources
In this paper we compare and assess four freely available cross-sectional time-series data sets in terms of their information on the ballot structure, district structure and formula of the electoral system in use for ...