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ラウトレッジ版 アジアにおける汚職ハンドブック

Routledge Handbook of Corruption in Asia

(Routledge Handbooks)

Gong, Ting (EDT)   Scott, Ian (EDT)

Routledge 2016/12
344 p. 26 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138860162
KCN: 1023835184
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DDC: 364.1323095
KDC: D250 政治史・政治事情:アジア太平洋一般
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Annotation

The book is divided into four major parts: corruption and the state; corruption and economic development; corruption and society; and controlling corruption: strategies, successes and failures.

Full Description

Corruption in Asia ranges from the venal rent-seeking of local officials to the million-dollar bribes received by corrupt politicians; from excessive position-related consumption to future job offers in the private sector for compliant public servants; from money-laundering to `white elephant' projects that do little more than line the pockets of developers and their political partners. The Routledge Handbook of Corruption in Asia addresses the theories, issues and trends in corruption and anticorruption reform that have emerged from this diverse experience. The book is divided into four major parts: corruption and the state; corruption and economic development; corruption and society; and controlling corruption: strategies, successes and failures. Chapters compare and contrast corruption in different social and institutional contexts, examine both successful and unsuccessful attempts to control it, and consider what lessons can be drawn from these Asian experiences. This academically rigorous and insightful book will be of interest to a wide range of students and scholars, particularly those of Asian studies, politics and sociology.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction, Ting Gong and Ian Scott Part I: Corruption and the State 2. Institutional corruption and the state in Asia, Ian Scott 3. Corruption networks in China: an institutional analysis, Jiangnan Zhu 4. Two steps forward, one step backwards: Indonesia's winding (anti-) corruption journey, Sofie Arjon Schutte 5. "Normal" corruption in Japan, James Babb 6. Rule making and rule breaking: electoral corruption in East Asia, Jamie S. Davidson and Erik Mobrand Part II: Corruption and Economic Development 7. Corruption in Asia: trust and economic development, Susan Rose-Ackerman 8. Corruption and inequality in Asia, Jong-sung You 9. Corruption and procurement in Asian states, David S. Jones 10. Bribes and taxes: spatially concentrated or randomly distributed? Evidence from three sources of firm level data in Vietnam, John Rand and Finn Tarp 11. Regulatory capture as a two-way street: Hong Kong small and medium enterprises in the Pearl River Delta, Thomas Johnson, Ting Gong and Wen Wang Part III: Corruption and Society 12. Thinking about corruption as though people mattered, Michael Johnston 13. Corruption and collective protest in China, Andrew Wedeman 14. Civil society and anti-corruption initiatives in India: towards a citizen's perspective, Mitu Sengupta 15. Women and corruption: when being the fairer sex becomes a myth, Natalia Matukhno 16. Measuring public perceptions of corruption in Asia, Chilik Yu Part IV: Controlling Corruption: Strategies, Successes and Failures 17. Controlling corruption in Asian countries: the elusive search for success, Jon S.T. Quah 18. Corruption prevention: successful cases, Jin-Wook Choi 19. Rule-based and integrity-based anti-corruption approaches in Asia, Robert Gregory 20. Regional anti-corruption initiatives in Asia, Bart W. Edes