The Policy and Regulatory Engagement with Corruption: Insights from Complexity Theory

  title={The Policy and Regulatory Engagement with Corruption: Insights from Complexity Theory},
  author={Andrea Minto and Edoardo Trincanato},
  journal={European Journal of Risk Regulation},
  pages={21 - 44}
One of the few certainties we have in dealing with corruption lies in its adaptive nature. Over time, corruption has in fact proved to be able to change, evolve and adapt within all political systems. Such an adaptive nature calls for close scrutiny of the setting or space where corruption spreads out. Therefore, this raises questions about the unappreciated risks and immeasurable opportunities for corruption in the ever-changing and interconnected world of techno-social systems we live in… 
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