Sweeping it under the carpet: the role of legislators in corrupt practice in Nigeria.
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The paper argues that the political institutional structures embedded with monopoly, discretion and little or no accountability facilitate financial corrupt practices within the legislature. The paper uses publicly available evidence to show that the legislators in developing countries are actively engaged in corrupt practices.
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Discretion, , Criminal practices , Legislators , Accountability and transparency
Olatunde, J.O, Lauwo, S and Ige, O.J (2015), Sweeping it under the carpet: the role of legislators in corrupt practice in Nigeria. Journal of Financial Crime, Vol. 22 (3). pp.354-377