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Political Corruption Concepts and Contexts

ISBN-10: 0765807610
ISBN-13: 9780765807618
Edition: 3rd 2002
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Book details

Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Publication date: 9/17/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 850
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.124
Language: English

Arnold J. Heidenheimer is professor of political science at Washington University in St. Louis. He specializes in the comparative study of European and American policies. He is the co-author of Comparative Public Policy and The Development of Welfare States in Europe and America, and editor of Political Corruption.

Preface
Corruption Concepts in Historical Perspectivep. 15
Defining Corruptionp. 25
Conceptualizing Political Corruptionp. 41
What is the Problem about Corruption?p. 59
Corruption as a Historical Phenomenonp. 83
The Sale of Public Officesp. 95
Early Modern Corruption in English and French Fields of Visionp. 107
Handling Historical Comparisons Cross-Nationallyp. 123
Perspectives on the Perception of Corruptionp. 141
Gradients of Corruption in Perceptions of American Public Lifep. 155
Right and Wrong in American Politics: Popular Conceptions of Corruptionp. 173
The Development of Political Corruption in Israelp. 199
Corruption, Machine Politics and Political Changep. 221
Exchanging Material Benefits for Political Support: A Comparative Analysisp. 233
Modernization and Corruptionp. 253
Corruption as a Hindrance to Modernization in South Asiap. 265
Corruption and Political Development: A Cost-Benefit Analysisp. 281
Economic Development Through Bureaucratic Corruptionp. 307
Corruption and Development: A Review of Issuesp. 321
The Effects of Corruption on Growth and Public Expenditurep. 339
When is Corruption Harmful?p. 353
Corruption in the Neo-Patrimonial States of Sub-Saharan Africap. 379
Political Corruption in South Africa: From Apartheid to Multiracial Statep. 403
The Institutional Framework for Corruption Control in Ugandap. 425
A Comparative Analysis of African and East Asian Corruptionp. 441
Patron-Client Networks and the Economic Effects of Corruption in Asiap. 467
The Politics of Privilege: Rents and Corruption in Asiap. 489
Responses to Corruption in Asian Societiesp. 513
Soviet Political Culture and Modes of Covert Influencep. 539
Bribery and Other Ways of Coping with Officialdom in Post-Communist Eastern Europep. 559
Corruption and the Future of Economic Reform in Chinap. 583
Corruption Under German National Socialismp. 605
Variations in Corruption among the American Statesp. 627
Corruption Concepts and Federal Campaign Finance Lawp. 645
Corruption Control in New York and Its Discontentsp. 665
American and German Fund Raising Fiascoes and Their Aftermathsp. 687
Corrupt Exchanges and the Implosion of the Italian Party Systemp. 717
Party Finance and Political Scandal: Comparing Italy, Spain, and Francep. 739
Parties, Campaign Finance and Political Corruption: Tracing Long-Term Comparative Dynamicsp. 761
Party Systems, Competition, and Political Checks Against Corruptionp. 777
High Level Political Corruption in Latin America: A "Transitional" Phenomenon?p. 801
A Theory of Limits on Corruption and Some Applicationsp. 819
Public Trust and Corruption in Japanp. 835
Measuring the New Corruption Rankings: Implications for Analysis and Reformp. 865
Corruption Terms in the World Press: How Language Differp. 885
Judicial Anti-Corruption Initiatives: Latin Europe in a Global Settingp. 911
Corruption as an International Policy Problemp. 925
Controlling Business Payoffs to Foreign Officials: The 1998 OECD Anti-Bribery Conventionp. 943
Guide to Articles in Previous Editions of Political Corruptionp. 961
Contributorsp. 967
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