Religions, ethics and attitudes towards corruption: a study of perspectives in India

Abstract

This research aims to provide insights into whether and how religious values and organizations may support efforts to fight corruption. It is based on interviews with 120 representatives of a variety of social groups.

Citation

Vinod Pavarala and Kanchan Malik. Religions, ethics and attitudes towards corruption: a study of perspectives in India. Working Paper No. 53, Religions and Development Research Programme. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK (2010) 1-121. ISBN 978-0-7044-2868-3

Religions, ethics and attitudes towards corruption: a study of perspectives in India

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