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- Introduction: How should we think about corruption? (PDF, 189KB) – Barry Hindess doi
- Aristotle on Legality and Corruption (PDF, 146KB) – Richard Mulgan doi
- To Corrupt: The ambiguity of the language of corruption in ancient Athens (PDF, 156KB) – Arlene W. Saxonhouse doi
- Rule by Natural Reason: Late Medieval and early Renaissance conceptions of political corruption (PDF, 192KB) – Manuhuia Barcham doi
- Changing Contours of Corruption in Western Political Thought, c. 1200–1700 (PDF, 326KB) – Bruce Buchan doi
- Ideas of Corruption in the Eighteenth Century: The competing conceptions of Adam Ferguson and Adam Smith (PDF, 169KB) – Lisa Hill doi
- Corruption, Development, Chaos and Social Disorganisation: Sociological reflections on corruption and its social basis (PDF, 183KB) – John Clammer doi
- Professionalising Corruption? Investigating professional ethics for politicians (PDF, 176KB) – John Uhr doi
- Corruption and the Concept of Culture: Evidence from the Pacific Islands (PDF, 235KB) – Peter Larmour doi