Instructor
Bersch

This seminar explores the relationship between corruption and development. Does corruption impede development? If so, what if anything can be done about it? We examine differences in conceptualization and measurement of corruption, explore cases of corruption in politics and the bureaucracy, explore concepts such as state capture, patronage, and clientelism, and assess various types of anti-corruption measures and reforms.
 

Satisfies a major requirement in Political Science.

Prerequisites
Permission of instructor required.

Class Details
Course POL 445
Section 0
CRN 20377
Time M
Time 0110 - 0400pm
Building 310 WATSON
Instructor Katherine Bersch
Notes
Max 12
Current 0
Remaining 12
Semester Spring 2022