Law and Corruption

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Paul Heywood, Political Corruption (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1997), 1–2.

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Jeffrey, 2002: 39.

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Hansen, 1998: 369.

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Bedi̇rhanoğlu, 2007: 1240; Hansen, 1998: 368; Scott D. Taylor, “Divergent Politico-Legal Responses to past Presidential Corruption in Zambia and Kenya: Catching the 'Big Fish', or Letting Him off the Hook?,” Third World Quarterly 27, no. 2 (2006): 296–97.

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