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Sobre la corrupción

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  • Argandoña, Antonio

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Como todos los vicios, la corrupción es muy antigua: casi tanto como la vida del hombre en sociedad. Hoy nos preocupa más que en otros tiempos, quizá porque hay más casos de corrupción o, simplemente, porque somos más conscientes de ella, tenemos más información o conocemos mejor sus consecuencias. Este trabajo es una introducción al estudio de la corrupción. Se discute sucesivamente el porqué del interés por el tema y se describe la naturaleza del fenómeno, para elaborar seguidamente un análisis causal de la corrupción desde el punto de vista económico, añadiendo luego la dimensión ética, que enriquece y completa la anterior.

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  • Argandoña, Antonio, 2000. "Sobre la corrupción," IESE Research Papers D/418, IESE Business School.
  • Handle: RePEc:ebg:iesewp:d-0418
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