The true meaning of corruption has been distorted, leaving research, policy and the public to allow it to continue unchecked. Geoffrey M. Hodgson explains.
Some authors – particularly economists – have adopted a narrow and inadequate definition of corruption that has led to skewed measures of its i...

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Geoffrey Hodgson

Geoffrey Hodgson is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Institutional Economics, published by Cambridge University Press. He has written 16 books, over 140 articles in academic journals, and over 80 articles …

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