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Италия
Gennaioli C., Tavoni M. Clean or dirty energy: evidence of corruption in the renewable energy sector. Public Choice. 2016. Vol. 166. Iss. 3-4. Pp. 261-290.
Hernandez T., McGee R.W. Ethical attitudes toward taking a bribe: a study of four European countries. Euro Asia Journal of Management. 2012. Vol. 22. Iss. 1/2. Pp. 3-28.

This study examined attitudes on the ethics of bribe taking in four European countries – France, Great Britain, Italy and Germany. Nineteen demographic variables (gender, age, marital status, etc.) were also examined, and most mean scores were found to be significantly different. Although most people thought taking a bribe was unethical, there was some divergence of opinion. 

Mariani P. How damages recovery actions can improve the fight against corruption: the crisis of criminal law policies and the role of private enforcement in an Italian case of judicial corruption. Crime, Law & Social Change. 2013. Vol. 60. Iss. 2. Pp. 209-226.
Memoli V., Pellegata A. Corruption and EU institutions: the Italians’ opinion. Perspectives on European Politics & Society. 2014. Vol. 15. Iss. 2. Pp. 165-182.
Montani E. Organised crime and corruption: the effect on legitimate business: evidence from Northern Italy. International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance. 2013. Vol. 6. Iss. 2-3. Pp. 261-270.
Petrarca I., Ricciuti R. The historical economics of corruption and development within Italy. International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance. 2013. Vol. 6. Iss. 2-3. Pp. 186-202.

We investigate the relationship between corruption and economic  performance, focusing on the historical roots of the former. We claim that a sequential mechanism linking history to development exists: first, history defines the quality of social capital; then, social capital determines the level of corruption; finally, corruption affects economic performance. We empirically test this hypothesis on a dataset of Italian provinces, and address the possible endogeneity of corruption by applying an IV model. We use three sets of historical instruments for corruption: 1) foreign dominations that ruled Italian regions between the 16th and 17th century; 2) autocracy/autonomous rule in the 14th century; 3) an index of social capital between the end of the 19th and at the onset of the 20th century. The results confirm the validity of the set of instruments (2) and (3), and indicate a significant impact of historically driven corruption on development.

Ronco A., Lavorgna A. Fair play? Not so much: corruption in the Italian football. Trends in Organized Crime. 2015. Vol. 18. Iss. 3. Pp. 176-195.
Rossetti C. The prosecution of political corruption: France, Italy and the USA – a comparative view. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Sciences. 2000. Vol. 13. Iss. 2. Pp. 169-181.
Ruggiero V. Who corrupts whom? A criminal eco-system made in Italy. Crime, Law & Social Change. 2010. Vol. 54. Iss. 1. Pp. 87-105.

This research note focuses on the relationship between organised crime and corruption in Italy. It is part of a wider research project investigating that relationship across a number of European countries. In the first part of this contribution, along with a brief account of definitional issues, a summary review of previous work on the connections between organised crime and corruption is provided. The paper then attempts to delineate the uniqueness of the Italian case through some observations around the specific contours of organised and corrupt exchange in the country as they manifest themselves. After a brief methodological note, the analysis is interspersed with the opinions of key informants contacted for this research who have profound knowledge of the subject matter, having worked for many years as investigating judges or academic researchers. A division into areas in which the links between organised crime and corruption are observed tries to map the two phenomena and their joint modus operandi. 

Sargiacomo M., Ianni L., D’Andreamatteo A., Servalli S. Accounting and the fight against corruption in Italian government procurement: a longitudinal critical analysis (1992-2004). Critical Perspectives on Accounting. 2015. Iss. 28. Pp. 89-96.
Sbema S., Vannucci A. “It’s the politics, stupid!”. The politicization of anti-corruption in Italy. Crime, Law & Social Change. 2013. Vol. 60. Iss. 5. Pp. 565-593.
Берков А.А. Операция «чистые руки» в Италии. Научно-аналитический журнал Обозреватель – Observer. 2012. № 2 (265). С. 99-110.
Сегуити М.Л. Реформа государственной службы Италии: борьба с коррупцией. Государственная служба. 2009. № 1. С. 93-96. Электронный ресурс
Чифальди Д., Югай Т.А. Коррупция сквозь века: от Римской и Российской империй до наших дней. Национальные интересы: приоритеты и безопасность. 2015. № 22 (307). С. 39-52.
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Jain S.C., Lehrer B.R. Regulating supply side corruption: American investors in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Journal of East-West Business. 2003. Vol. 9. Iss. 1. Pp. 55-89.
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