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Social capital and corruption during times of crises: a look at Turkish firms in economic crisis of 2001

By Fikret Adaman, Ali Çarkoğlu and Ali Carkoglu

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This contribution investigates whether lack of trust among business people towards the business community, as well as towards the general public, is conducive to more corruption in Turkey. Based on a survey study conducted in 2001, we establish a link between trust and corruption. Accepting the claim that corruption plays a role in the emergence and persistence of economic--and political--crises, we suggest that the latest crises that hit Turkey should also be approached from a trust-based perspective

Topics: HC Economic History and Conditions
Publisher: Frank Cass
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:research.sabanciuniv.edu:381
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