New Release: Political Corruption in a World in Transition

Mendilow and Phélippeau’s new book argues that the mainstream definitions of corruption and the key expectations they embed concerning the relationship between corruption, democracy, and the process of democratisation require re-examination.

In the effort to identify some of the problems that require recognition, this book focuses on corruption in democratic settings (including NGOs and the United Nations) while focusing on possible alternative incentives for corruption, other than bribery.

At a time of political upheaval and uncertainty for many, this provocative and highly relevant text aims to challenge the preconceived and formerly accepted motives for political corruption, paving the way for further scholarly attention.

For more information, see the book page.

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