La corrupción en la burocracia estatal mexicana

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Irvin Mikhail Soto
Willy Walter Cortéz

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Este artículo examina los determinantes de la corrupción en los estados mexicanos mediante un modelo de datos de panel que incluye factores económicos y políticos. Los resultados indican que el nivel de ingreso tiene una relación positiva y la alternación de los partidos una relación negativa con el grado de corrupción, pero no se encuentra evidencia significativa de que el aumento de la competencia política mejore la capacidad para combatir la corrupción.

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