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-basics-of-integrity-in-procurement.pdf Hellman , J. – Jones , G. – Kaufmann , D. – Schankerman , M. ( 2000 ): Measuring Governance, Corruption and State Capture: How Firms and Bureaucrats Shape the Business Environment . World Bank: Policy Research Paper 2312 . Available at: http

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30 533 Schröter, E. Röber, M. (1997): Regime change and administrative culture. Role understandings and political attitudes of top bureaucrats from East and West

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of the Visegrád countries’ companies on Europe, the poor market knowledge, economic protectionism and over-bureaucratisation of public services in Brazil, including the complicated administrative and taxation processes. Nevertheless, other factors

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): Bureaucrat and Intellectual in the Ottoman Empire: The Historian Mustfa Ali, 1541–1600 . Princeton , Princeton University Press . Fodor , Pál ( 1986 ): State and Society

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variance is 30.92%, KMO: 0.894), according to which four working attitudes could be categorized entitled social, individualist, deliberate careerist, and bureaucrat. Table  1 introduces the basis of our categorization. Table 1

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. The Invisible Government World Bank (1995): Bureaucrats in Business: The economics and politics of government ownership . New York: Oxford University Press

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://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/1867/1750 . Accessed 4 June 2007. Bessen , J , Meurer , MJ 2008 Patent failure: How judges, bureaucrats, and lawyers put innovators at risk Princeton University Press Princeton, NJ

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meritocracy, bureaucratization and so on). In a previous survey we studied the behavior of Italian researchers who decide to emigrate to another country to ascertain the push and pull factors and to investigate their willingness to return home after a

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–232). The advantages politicians and bureaucrats derive from an expansionary monetary policy, thus, can explain a great part of the pro-inflationary and anti-deflationary bias. However, there is another reason why politicians fear deflation. Deflation

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other cities. Among them were musicians, bureaucrats, council members, reproductive musicians, former ordinary members of the society or prominent guest soloists, professors, priests, doctors, craftsmen and tradesmen. Members of bourgeois class were

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