Corruption and fast change: Shifting modes of micro-coordination
The paper studies the effects on corruption of having coexisting, contradictory norms for allocating different micro-coordination modes across society. One important reason for their coexistence is fast change, and links to Huntington's classical analysis of corruption are worked out. The notion of micro-coordination mode is exposed and its usefulness for explaining corruption is argued through examples. The exampled outlined are corruption in land allocation in Kenya, the economic transition in post-communist countries and the global telecommunications industry.
- Published year: 2003
- Full version: http://hdl.handle.net/11250/2395230
- Publisher: NUPI
- Page count: 32
- Language: Engelsk
- Booklet: 650