Self-Policing in Politics: The Political Economy of Reputational Controls on Politicians
by Glenn R. Parker
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Hardback. New. Contrary to what news reports might suggest, the majority of politicians behave ethically and are never subject to investigations. This title argues that members of Congress behave ethnically not because of the fear of punishment but because of their concern for their reputations. It draws parallels between politicians and businesses.
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- Glenn R. Parker
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- ISBN 13
- Princeton University Press
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- Princeton, New Jersey
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