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Public Policy: core business and by-products
(Policy Press, 2007-11)
This paper explores the interesting phenomenon of unintended consequences in policy making: that benefits may accrue in one domain of policy making as the result of actions in another with very different interests and ...
Hotspots of corruption: Applying a problem-oriented approach to preventing corruption in the public sector
Some places have no crime and some have a lot, and thus we study hotspots. Corruption is structured differently to crime, but hotspots still are notable. The difference is that hotspots are not places but clusters of ...