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Jiménez F., Villoria M., Quesada M.G. Badly designed institutions, informal rules and perverse incentives: local government corruption in Spain. Lex Localis – Journal of Local Self-Government. 2012. Vol. 10. Iss. 4. Pp. 363-381.
Lopez M.J.G., Amat O., Rocafort A. Self-perception of ethical behaviour: the case of listed Spanish companies. Intangible Capital. 2016. Vol. 12. Iss. 1. Pp. 319-335.
Palau A.M., Davesa F. The impact of media coverage of corruption on Spanish public opinion. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas. 2013. Iss. 144. Pp. 97-124.
Quesada M.G., Jiménez-Sánchez F., Villoria M. Building local integrity systems in Southern Europe: the case of urban local corruption in Spain. International Review of Administrative Sciences. 2013. Vol. 79. Iss. 4. Pp. 618-637.
Riera P., Barberá P., Gómez R., Mayoral J.A., Montero J.R. The electoral consequences of corruption scandals in Spain. Crime, Law & Social Change. 2013. Vol. 60. Iss. 5. Pp. 515-534.

Previous studies of the electoral consequences of corruption in Spanish local elections have found that voters do not necessarily punish corrupt mayors. As has been pointed out in the comparative literature, the average loss of electoral support by corrupt incumbents is small and does not prevent their reelection most of the times. What remains unsolved, however, is the remarkable variability in this pattern. This article explores some of the micro-level variables that may mediate the effect of corruption scandal on the vote. We focus on three factors: ideological closeness to the incumbent party, political sophistication, and employment status. Our results provide only partial support for our hypotheses, suggesting that the effects of corruption are much more complex than what may seem at first sight.

Rollan V.O.D. La ley de transparencia y la corrupcion. aspectos generales y percepciones de la ciudadania espanola / The transparency law and the corruption. General aspects and perceptions of the Spanish citizenry. Aposta: revista de ciencias sociales. 2016. Iss. 68. Pp. 83-106. Электронный ресурс.
Rosenmuller C. “Corrupted by ambition”: justice and patronage in imperial New Spain and Spain, 1650-1755. Hispanic American Historical Review. 2016. Vol. 96. Iss. 1. Pp. 1-37.
Villoria M., Van Ryzin G.G., Lavena C.F. Social and political consequences of administrative corruption: a study of public perceptions in Spain. Public Administration Review. 2013. Vol. 73. Iss. 1. Pp. 85-94.
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Buraimo B., Migali G., Simmons R. An analysis of consumer response to corruption: Italy’s Calciopoli scandal. Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics. 2016. Vol. 78. Iss. 1. Pp. 22-(?).
Canestri D. The 2012 Italian anti-corruption law in light of international best practices. Journal of Financial Crime. 2014. Vol. 21. Iss. 3. Pp. 264-309.
Caruso R., Baronchelli A. Economic aspects on the complementarity between corruption and crime: evidence from Italy in the period 1996-2005. International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance. 2013. Vol. 6. Iss. 2-3. Pp. 244-260.
Del Monte A., Papagni E. The determinants of corruption in Italy: regional panel data analysis. European Journal of Political Economy. 2007. Vol. 23. Iss. 2. Pp. 379-396.

According to several indexes of corruption, the Italian society is strongly affected by this negative phenomenon. This paper investigates the determinants of corruption in Italy in the period 1963-2000 by the use of statistics on crimes against the public administration at a regional level. After a review of the international literature on the economic, political and cultural likely causes of corruption, the paper examines the II post-war years and puts forward some hypotheses concerning institutional changes, social capital and political competition influences on corruption. Econometric estimates of a model of corruption show how economic variables (public expenditure, income per capita) have low explanatory value, while the most important factors affecting corruption in Italy are political and cultural (presence of voluntary organisations; absenteeism at national elections). 

Di Vita, G. Curbing corruption in public administration: a case study from Italy. International Journal of Public Administratiom. 2011. Vol. 34. Iss. 10. Pp. 631-(?)
D’onza G., Brotini F., Zarone V. Disclosure on measures to prevent corruption risks: a study of Italian local governments. International Journal of Public Administration. 2016. 13 p.
Garegnani G., Merlotti E., Russo A. Scoring firms’ codes of ethics: an explorative study of quality drivers. Journal of Business Ethics. 2015. Vol. 126. Iss. 4. Pp. 541-557.
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