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Corruption is a profoundly destructive force around the world, but why does its extent vary drastically among countries? In Corruption, Mette Frisk Jensen closely links the level of corruption in a country to its wealth, the happiness of its citizens, and the level of trust citizens have in their government. Covering the shifting concept of corruption from ancient Greece to modernday cases, Frisk Jensen discusses why corruption has historically been low in Denmark in particular.
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