Ethical Leadership: Bibliography

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  5. Sarah Chayes, Thieves of State, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc (March 2016)
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  32. Miller, William, et al. 1998. “Are the People Victims or Accomplices: the Use of Presents and Bribes to Influence Officials in Eastern Europe,” Crime, Law, and Social Change, 29 (4): 273-310.
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