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What’s the Use of a Free Media? The Role of Media in Curbing Corruption and Promoting Quality of Government.
Free media have traditionally been seen as vital to democratization and economic development. International actors, such as UN, the World Bank, the EU, Transparency International, the OECD and the research field in its ...
Quality of Government Affect Voter Turnout in the European Regions
While much of the literature on voter turnout focuses on institutional and socioeconomic factors related to the “input” side of the political process, we examine the “output” side of the political process – and advance ...
Correlates of Corruption in India: Analysis and Evidence from the States
Several leading indicators of corruption point to a serious problem in India on whole. Yet what explains the substantial variance of corruption levels perceived and experienced by citizens across Indian states? Surprisingly ...
Public Administration and Corruption – How To Get the Institutions That Work
Corruption is a global problem, impacting on both economic and human development. The last few decades, social science research has paid increasing attention to the problem, but rit emains limited in many aspects, not least ...
Variation in Corruption Between Mexican States Elaborating the Gender Perspective
Dollar et al. (2001) sparked off research on gender and corruption. They showed, in a cross-country comparative study, that a high number of women in elected office is related to a low level of corruption. Whether there ...
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 ...