Marriage and Corruption : An empirical analysis on european data
In recent years the topic of corruption has attracted a great deal of attention. However, there is still a lack of substantial empirical evidence about the determinants of corruption. Despite an increasing interest of economists in the determinants of corruption, the factor of marriage has been widely neglected in the literature. The results suggest a positive but ambiguous effect marriage on corruption.
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