This briefing is based on IRIBA Working Paper 8, Mapping Corruption and its Institutional Determinants in Brazil, and Working Paper 9, Brazilian Anti-Corruption Legislation and its Enforcement: Potential Lessons for Institutional Design.
Mota Prado, M.; Carson, L. IRIBA Research Briefing. Brazil: Tackling Corruption through Institutional Multiplicity. International Research Initiative on Brazil and Africa (IRIBA), University of Manchester, Manchester, UK (2014) 5 pp.
IRIBA Research Briefing. Brazil: Tackling Corruption through Institutional Multiplicity
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