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Explaining the causes of bribery from an offender perspective

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Explaining the causes of bribery from an offender perspective. / Shepherd, David William James; Button, Mark; Blackbourn, Dean.

Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation. ed. / Nicholas Ryder; Lorenzo Pasculli. Routledge, 2019. p. 140-162 (The Law of Financial Crime).

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Harvard

Shepherd, DWJ, Button, M & Blackbourn, D 2019, Explaining the causes of bribery from an offender perspective. in N Ryder & L Pasculli (eds), Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation. The Law of Financial Crime, Routledge, pp. 140-162. <https://www.routledge.com/9780367177768>

APA

Shepherd, D. W. J., Button, M., & Blackbourn, D. (2019). Explaining the causes of bribery from an offender perspective. In N. Ryder, & L. Pasculli (Eds.), Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation (pp. 140-162). (The Law of Financial Crime). Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/9780367177768

Vancouver

Shepherd DWJ, Button M, Blackbourn D. Explaining the causes of bribery from an offender perspective. In Ryder N, Pasculli L, editors, Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation. Routledge. 2019. p. 140-162. (The Law of Financial Crime).

Author

Shepherd, David William James ; Button, Mark ; Blackbourn, Dean. / Explaining the causes of bribery from an offender perspective. Corruption in the Global Era: Causes, Sources and Forms of Manifestation. editor / Nicholas Ryder ; Lorenzo Pasculli. Routledge, 2019. pp. 140-162 (The Law of Financial Crime).

Bibtex

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