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Corruption as a Cultural PhenomenaBusiness Standard
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Diplomatic Scofflaws and the Culture of CorruptionWashington Post: Unconventional Wisdom
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Buck Stops Here for CorruptionSydney Morning Herald
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The Diplomat-Parking-Violation Corruption IndexNew York Times
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The Culture of CorruptionBoston Globe
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Corruption Loves CompanyNational Public Radio (NPR): Talk of the Nation, by Neal Conan and Raymond Fisman
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Inside Corruption in Poor CountriesMarketplace, by Edward Miguel and Kai Ryssdal
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Finding Tools to Fight Corruption in Emerging Southeast Asian EconomiesNew York Times
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Diplomatic Immunity, Corruption and Parking TicketsCompliance Building Blog
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Economic Gangsters: Corruption, Violence, and the Poverty of NationsJournal of Economic Literature: Volume. 49, Issue 3, by Dean Yang
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Book Review: Economic Gangsters – Corruption, Violence, and the Poverty of NationsBritish Politics and Policy at LSE Blog, by Charles Crawford
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Gauging Corruption in a Country via Monitoring Parking ViolationsMostly Economics Blog, by Amol Agrawal
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La corruption, terreau du terrorisme?Les Echos
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Study: U.N. Diplomats With Dim View of U.S. More Likely to Ignore Traffic TicketsFox News Channel
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Study: Diplomats Whose Countries Dislike U.S. Less Likely to Pay FinesCable News Network (CNN)
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Corruption is a State of MindWashington Times
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The Case of the Unpaid Parking TicketSlate: Undercover Economist, by Tim Harford
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Parking Tickets Illuminate International CorruptionGothamist
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Diplomats, Cops and CorruptionSmartMoney
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A Ticket for CorruptionEconomist
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SA Scores Highly on Parking-Ticket Corruption IndicatorMail & Guardian
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Economic Gangsters: Corruption, Violence, and the Poverty of Nations (Town Hall Seattle)Seattle, WA, USAOctober 23, 2008
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Economic Gangsters: Corruption, Violence and the Poverty of Nations (Microsoft)Mountain View, CA, USAOctober 23, 2008
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Economic Gangsters: Corruption, Violence, and the Poverty of Nations (Google)Mountain View, CA, USAJanuary 30, 2009
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How Economics Can Defeat CorruptionForeign Policy
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Corruption and CultureNational Post
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Economic Gangsters
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Corruption, Norms and Legal Enforcement: Evidence from Diplomatic Parking TicketsPublished PaperOtherPolitical Economy and Conflict2007
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