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Corruption in the Australian Land Development Process: Identifying a research agenda

  title={Corruption in the Australian Land Development Process: Identifying a research agenda},
  author={Jago Dodson and Eddo John Coiacetto},
This paper seeks to understand the role of corruption in the land development process, and to comprehend the current extent of corrupt practices in urban development in order to evaluate the impact of corruption on urban environmental outcomes. To date however there has been little scholarly research on corruption in the land development process, from a planning perspective. The paper addresses the issue of corruption by first reviewing how planning theorists have understood corruption in the… 

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