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Bruce M. Owen

: our common understanding of political representation is one that contains different, and conflicting, conceptions of how political representatives should represent …”). Corruption costs also arise from the adverse impact of hundreds of regulatory interventions that impair the efficiency of production and of markets. Many reflect agency compromises among warring elites, reached without regard for the cost imposed on the public. Major costs result from pervasive distortions in the tax system, See Eric M. Zolt, Politics and Taxation: An Introduction , 67 T AX L. R