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Does the internet reduce corruption? : evidence from U.S. states and across countries (English)

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The authors test the hypothesis that the internet is a useful technology for controlling corruption. In order to do so, the authors develop a novel identification strategy for internet diffusion. Power disruptions damage digital equipment, which increases... See More +

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  • Andersen, Thomas Barnebeck; Bentzen, Jeanet; Dalgaard, Carl-Johan; Selaya, Pablo;
  • 2011/05/27
  • Journal Article
  • 81274
  • 1
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  • United States
  • Rest Of The World
  • 2013/12/16
  • Does the internet reduce corruption? : evidence from U.S. states and across countries
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