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Perceptions of corruption and their relevance to anti-corruption measures : Research findings of the EU-Project 'Crime and Culture'

Perceptions of corruption and their relevance to anti-corruption measures : Research findings of the EU-Project 'Crime and Culture'

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GIANNAKOPOULOS, Angelos, Konstadinos MARAS, Dirk TÄNZLER, 2011. Perceptions of corruption and their relevance to anti-corruption measures : Research findings of the EU-Project 'Crime and Culture'. In: KLICHE, Thomas, ed., Stephanie THIEL, ed.. Korruption : Forschungsstand, Prävention, Probleme. Lengerich:Pabst Science Publ., pp. 115-151. ISBN 978-3-89967-691-4

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