CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: AMERICAN SCIENTISTS’ APPROACH
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CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: AMERICAN SCIENTISTS’ APPROACH
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The paper is devoted to the American scientists’ research aimed at the investigation of the relationship between corruption and economic growth. Author has identified the distinctive features of modern studies in this area. Also he reviews the studies based on experimental data.
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01.11.2013
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