This module is a resource for lecturers
This section provides a list of (mostly) open access materials that the lecturer could ask the students to read before taking a class based on this Module.
- Fukuyama, Francis (2016). What is Corruption? In Against Corruption: A Collection of Essays, UK Government Policy Paper.
- Klitgaard, Robert, Ronald McLean-Abaroa and H. L. Parris (2000). Corrupt Cities, A Practical Guide to Cure and Prevention. Washington, DC: ICS Press-World Bank Institute.
- Klitgaard, Robert (2015). Addressing corruption together. OECD Symposium on Anti-Corruption Development Assistance: Good Practices among Providers of Development Co-operation Background Paper. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
- Lagarde, Christine (2016). Addressing corruption - openly. In Against Corruption: A Collection of Essays, UK Government Policy Paper.
- Miller, Seumas (2018). Corruption. In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Edward N. Zalta, ed. Stanford University. E-book.
- Rose-Ackerman, Susan (2010a). Corruption: Greed, Culture, and the State. Yale Law Journal, vol. 120 (November).
- Rose-Ackerman, Susan (2010b). The Institutional Economics of Corruption. In The Good Cause: Theoretical Perspectives on Corruption, Gjalt de Graaf and others, eds. Verlag Barbara Budrich.
- Svensson, Jakob (2005). Eight Questions about Corruption. Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 19, no. 3 (September), p.p. 19-42.
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the UNODC-INEGI Center of Excellence in Statistical Information on Government, Crime, Victimization and Justice (2018). Manual on Corruption Surveys: Methodological guidelines on the measurement of bribery and other forms of corruption through sample surveys. Vienna.
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