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Corruption in Governance of the Commons: Consequences and Reform Challenges
Research on governance of common-pool resources (CPRs) has discussed the design of regulations that govern the usage of CPRs and the need to enforce such rules. However, the focus on self-management in this literature may ...
Violence and the Costs of Honesty: Rethinking bureaucrats’ choice to take bribes
Explanations for bureaucrats’ decisions to take bribes have evolved from accounts of incentives to focusing on expectations of others’ behavior. However, there are plausibly more considerations when making such choices in ...
No Democratic Transition Without Women’s Rights: A Global Sequence Analysis 1900-2012
What determines countries’ successful transition to democracy? Research has focused on socioeconomic and institutional factors, yet the assumption that political liberalization has to precede democratization has not been ...
Corruption and violations of conservation rules: A survey experiment with resource users
Small-scale corruption in government administrations that govern natural resources is believed to have a negative impact on conservation management. Yet, while corruption is said to obstruct the implementation of conservation ...
Women’s Political Empowerment: A New Global Index, 1900-2012
The V-Dem index on women’s political empowerment provides information about women’s civil liberties, civil society participation, and political participation globally. Spanning from 1900 to 2012, three dimensions of ...