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Corruption, Licensing and Elections - A New Analysis Framework

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Corruption and Campaign Funding: A Burkean Perspective

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Corruption Perception in the Czech Republic

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The Never-ending Story: Czech Governments, Corruption and Populist Anti-Corruption Rhetoric (2010–2018)

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Corruption and System Change in the Czech Republic: Firm-Level Evidence

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The Impact of Corruption on the Business in Bulgaria and Romania

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Corruption in Transition Economies: Cause or Effect?

References Akçay, S. (2006), “Corruption and Human Development,” The Cato Journal, 26(1), pp. 29-48. Bliss, C. and R. D. Tella (1997), “Does Competition Kill Corruption?” The Journal of Political Economy, 105(5), pp. 1001-1023. Chen, W., J. Clarke, and N. Roy (2013), “Health and Wealth: Short Panel Granger Causality Tests for Developing Countries,” The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, forthcoming. Depken, C. and C. LaFountain (2006), “Fiscal Consequences of Public

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Corruption, Shadow Economy and Economic Growth: An Empirical Survey Across the European Union Countries

References 1. Achim, M. (2017), Corruption, income and business development, Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 10(1), 85-100. 2. Achim, M., Borlea, N.S. (2015). Determinants of the European funds absorption 2007-2013 in European Union Member States, Proceeding of WEI International Academic Conference in Vienna, Austria, 174-188. 3. Beck, P., Maher, M. (1986). A comparison of bribery and bidding in thin markets. Economic Letters, 20 (1), 1-5. 4. Buehn, A

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Economic, Political, Social Factor of Corruption in the Slovak Republic

References Ackerman, J. 2004. “Co-Governance for Accountability: Beyond ‘Exit’ and ‘Voice’.” World Development 32(3), 447–463. Ades, A. and R. Di Tella. 1996. “The Causes and Consequences of Corruption: A Review of Recent Empirical Contributions.” In B. Harris-White and G. White. Liberalisation and the New Corruption . Brighton: Institute of Development Studies. Available at http://www.idpp.ac.uk/idspublication/liberalization-and-the-new-corruption (last accessed 27 September 2013). Ades, A. and R. Di Tella. 1999. “Rents, Competitions, and

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Contemporary Trends in the Development of the Anti-Corruption Legislation of Republic of Bulgaria

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