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In pursuit of policy influence: Can lobbying be a legitimate alternative to corruption in developing countries?

This Brief reviews recent research on transition countries which suggests, conceptually and empirically, that lobbying is not only more prevalent in non–developed countries than currently thought, but can be more effective than corruption as a means of influencing policy, if adequately regulated.

1 January 2009
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Campos, N.; (2009) In pursuit of policy influence: Can lobbying be a legitimate alternative to corruption in developing countries?. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Brief )

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Nauro F. Campos

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Keywords


lobbying, political corruption, private sector, corruption