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Title: How does Globalization relate to Corruption?
Authors: Caetano, José Manuel
Caleiro, António Bento
Editors: Bayar, Yilmaz
Keywords: Globalization
Development Level
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: IGI Global
Citation: Caetano, José Manuel; Caleiro; António Bento (2021), "How does Globalization relate to Corruption?", in Bayar, Yilmaz (ed.), Handbook of Research on Institutional, Economic, and Social Impacts of Globalization and Liberalization}, pp. 29-48, IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Abstract: The interactions between globalization and corruption do not seem to be consensual because, in addition to the complexity inherent in measuring these variables, there are a number of different channels that can generate contradictory effects. As such, the analysis this chapter proposes to develop will take into account the results of studies that point to the non-linearity of the relationship between corruption and globalization. In doing so, the chapter inserts in the analysis new dimensions on the measurement of globalization and, also, the levels of economic development of the wide sample of countries considered in this study. This methodology makes it possible to verify that the relationship between globalization and corruption depends on the country’s level of development.
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