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    Acrn Blog: Corruption and Marketization: Formal and Informal Rules in Chinese Public Procurement

    ACRN Guest Blogger Ting Gong discusses her recent research findings, which investigate why marketization has failed to reduce corruption in public procurement in China.

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    Acrn Blog: The Effect of Immigration on Destination-Country Corruption

    ACRN Blogger Eugen Dimant investigates whether immigrants from highly corrupt countries have an impact on corruption in their host countries.

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    Parliamentary Codes are Proliferating, But Do They Curb Corruption?

    ACRN guest blogger Liz David-Barrett discusses the recent vogue for parliamentary codes of conduct. She argues that while codes are not sufficient to curb corruption, the very process of drafting a code can help parliamentarians establish common norms - especially in democratising countries.

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    Acrn Blog: Wages increases for public officials: not such a good idea after all?

    Guest blogger Eugen Dimant discusses some of the latest trends in experimental research on corruption, in particular his latest work on modelling the shortcomings of increasing public officials’ wages as a measure to curb corruption.

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    Acrn Blog: Corruption and Social Capital

    Guest blogger Luca Saporiti investigates the relationship between the quality of social capital and corruption levels.

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    ANTICORRP Researchers Win U4 Competition for New Corruption Measurement

    Two FP7 ANTICORRP project researchers, Mihály Fazekas and István János Tóth, won the U4 challenge for their work on developing indicators to measure institutionalised grand corruption in public procurement.

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    State capture, white collar crime and corruption in Europe: the role for non-state actors

    A review of papers dealing with anti-corruption topics at ECPR's September conference held in Bordeaux, France.

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    The Role of Parliaments in Curbing Corruption

    ACRN Guest Blogger Dr. Riccardo Pelizzo discusses the role legislatures can play in keeping executive corruption in check.

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