Alcohol and corruption
AbstractThis study had for objective to measure the link which exists between the alcohol and the corruption, or more exactly the relation between the drinker and the corruption. In the term of this study, it seems clearly that the relation is positive between both variables. Drinkers' quantitative increase in the country tends to increase the level of the received corruption. If this relation is clear, it requires nevertheless a lot of caution as far as we do not supply an argument so robust.
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Date of creation: 17 Jul 2012
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Corruption; Alcohol; Drinkers; Institutions;
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