Readership: Students and scholars of Comparative Politics, International Political Economics, Public Policy, Business and Economic Development.
Vineeta Yadav, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Pennsylvania State University
Vineeta Yadav is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Pennsylvania State University. She was a fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University and at the Kellogg Institute at the University of Notre Dame. Her research and teaching interests include business-government relations, special interest lobbying, legislative politics and economic development with a special focus on China, Brazil and, India.
"Yadavs work represents a remarkable contribution to literature about corruption" - Plurilogue
2 Institutions, Lobbying and Corruption: A Theoretical Framework
3 Case Studies: Legislative Institutions in Brazil and India
4 Brazil and India: Legislative Institutions and Lobbying Behavior
5 Brazil and India: Business Lobbying and Corruption
6 Institutions, Party Control and Corruption: The Empirical Evidence