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The limitations of education for addressing corruption: lessons from attitudes towards reporting in Papua New Guinea

1 Jun 2015
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Educated citizens are often considered more likely to report corruption; this belief shapes anti-corruption campaigns. However, we know little about how other factors may interact with education’s impact on willingness to report corruption. However, the positive effects of  education on willingness to report corruption are significantly diminished when citizens lacked trust that authorities would address corruption.

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10.2139/ssrn.2614179
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2015
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