- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Illustrations
- List of Contributors
- 1 Corruption and Anticorruption in Democratic Athens
- 2 Fighting Corruption
- 3 The Corrupting Sea
- 4 Fighting Corruption between Theory and Practice
- 5 Late Medieval Polities and the Problem of Corruption
- 6 The Problem of the Personal
- 7 Fighting Corruption in the Italian City-State
- 8 “A Water-Spout Springing from the Rock of Freedom”?
- 9 A Sick Body
- 10 Corruption and Anticorruption in France between the 1670s and the 1780s
- 11 Corruption and Anticorruption in the Era of Modernity and Beyond
- 12 Anticorruption in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Britain
- 13 Statebuilding, Establishing Rule of Law and Fighting Corruption in Denmark, 1660–1900
- 14 The Paradox of “A High Standard of Public Honesty”
- 15 Corruption and Anticorruption in the Romanian Principalities
- 16 Corruption and Anticorruptionin Early-Nineteenth-Century Sweden
- 17 State, Family and Anticorruption Practices in the Late Ottoman Empire
- 18 Corruption and the Ethical Standards of British Public Life
- 19 Lockheed (1977) and Flick (1981–1986)
- 20 Corruption in an Anticorruption State?
- Anti-corruption in History
- Ronald Kroeze, André Vitória, G. Geltner
- Oxford University Press
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