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Judicial corruption in developing countries: Its causes and economic consequences

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Title: Judicial corruption in developing countries: Its causes and economic consequences
País: Estados Unidos
Fuente: Fuente: <a href="http://repositories.cdlib.org/cilas/papers/22" target="_blank">eScholarship Repository, University of California.</a>Fuente: <a href="http://repositories.cdlib.org/cilas/papers/22" target="_blank">eScholarship Repository, University of California.</a>
Reseña: A scientific approach to the analysis of corruption is anecessary requirement in the fight against any social ill.Corruption is no exception. Systemic corruption dealswith the use of public office for private benefit that isentrenched in such a way that, without it, an organizationor institution cannot function as a supplier of a good orservice. The probability of detecting corruptiondecreases as corruption becomes more systemic.


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