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The Price of a Bribe
How Exposure to a Bribe Changes Moral Behavior
Political corruption is all too common, and it takes a serious economic and social toll. Bribery, one of the most common forms of political corruption, has recently been the target of psychological research trying to understand what factors lead to bribery…More Info