'Organized Crime, Corruption and Growth: Theory and Evidence'

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Keith Blackburn; Kyriakos C. Neanidis; Maria Paola Rana;

We develop a framework for studying the interactions between organized crime and corruption, together with the individual and combined effects of these phenomena on economic growth. Criminal organizations co-exist with law-abiding productive agents and potentially corru... View more
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