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Author: Stephen D. Morris,Charles H. Blake
ISBN13: 978-1588267184
Title: Corruption & Politics in Latin America: National and Regional Dynamics
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Language: English
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Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub; New ed. edition (July 15, 2010)
Pages: 287

Corruption & Politics in Latin America: National and Regional Dynamics by Stephen D. Morris,Charles H. Blake



Geographic Name: Latin America Politics and government 21st century. Personal Name: Morris, Stephen . 1957-. Personal Name: Blake, Charles . 1962-. Rubrics: Political corruption Latin America Democracy. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Journal of Latin American Studies English Français. Journal of Latin American Studies.

Corruption and Politics in Latin America addresses these thorny questions, offering a fresh Does corruption grease the wheels of Latin American politics, facilitating its operation? Or does it undermine democratic rule and worsen the perennial problems of poverty and inequality. Do citizens condemn, condone, or simply acquiesce to the corrupt behavior of their politicians? Corruption and Politics in Latin America addresses these thorny questions, offering a fresh and timely approach to the subject. The authors' systematic comparative analysis of six countries-Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil,.

ISBN: 978-1-58826-718-4. There is also a chapter devoted to regional and international efforts to attack corruption. Stephen D. Morris is professor of political science at Middle Tennessee State University. His most recent book is Political Corruption in Mexico: The Impact of Democratization. Charles H. Blake is professor of political science at James Madison University.

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Stephen D. Morris, Charles H. Blake. Does corruption grease the wheels of Latin American politics, facilitating its operation? Or does it undermine democratic rule and worsen the perennial problems of poverty and inequality.

Series: Pitt Latin American Studies. Weakened institutions and policies have facilitated the rise of corrupt leadership, election fraud, bribery, and clientelism. Corruption and Democracy in Latin Americapresents a groundbreaking national and regional study that provides policy analysis and prescription through a wide-ranging methodological, empirical, and theoretical survey.

Does corruption grease the wheels of Latin American politics, facilitating its operation? Or does it undermine democratic rule and worsen the perennial problems of poverty and inequality. Do citizens condemn, condone, or simply acquiesce to the corrupt behavior of their politicians? Corruption and Politics in Latin America addresses these thorny questions, offering a fresh and timely approach to the subject. The authors' systematic comparative analysis of six countries-Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, and Venezuela-focuses on patterns and underlying causes of corruption, the impact of political and economic changes, the effect of corruption on politics and society, and the nature and effectiveness of recent reforms. There is also a chapter devoted to regional and international efforts to attack corruption. With a common analytical approach reflected throughout, the book is both an accessible introduction and a source of new and provocative information and analysis