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Korupcja jako przejaw crony capitalismu na przykładzie wybranych gospodarek azjatyckich

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Corruption as a Symptom of Crony Capitalism - Example of Some Asian Economies
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Some of Asian economies, which in 80's and 90's of XX century experienced economic boom, still are the subject of scientific research. Article examines the peculiar characteristic of these economies, which on the one hand is regarded as the reason ofunprecedented dynamic economic growth, on the other hand is the source of destabilization. This characteristic is the crony capitalism. In the article issues concerning the phenomenon of crony capitalism are introduced and also the most obvious symptom of this issue: corruption is discussed in some economies of East Asia and the Pacific.
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