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Master Thesis

Commande publique et corruption : risques et réponses

Abstract : Endemic corruption in public procurement is supposed to be a feature of proto-democracies. But this phenomenon affects our old democracies also. The outburst of public costs (resulting of the decay of mass parties, the increasing price of TV campaigns ... ) and the swindle of legal activities by mafias (legally less dangerous than criminal activities like drug trafficking) stand for deep causes of multiples frauds in public procurement. It is therefore possible to enhance clauses of the fight against corruption and to create new features by isolating the fraudulent methods used. This is the goal this work tried to achieve.
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Patrick Bidegaray. Commande publique et corruption : risques et réponses. Science politique. 2006. ⟨dumas-00811525⟩



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