Discrepancies in Perceptions of Corruption, or Why Is Canada So Corrupt?
MICHAEL M. ATKINSON demonstrates that public opinion polling has established a clear gap between what Canadians expect and what they believe they are receiving in terms of ethical conduct from their leaders. The author claims that this major discrepancy has its roots in the ways in which elites and the public employ the concept of corruption.
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