Igher pay is the only way to reduce corruption. Discuss.

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I really need a good grade for this essay so I hope you will help me out.

Please make sure the first paragraph clearly states the argument of the essay. It would be good to provide a working definition of the term corruption at the start also so that it will narrow the focus down since there are only 2000 words.

Also, please use empirical evidence from real world examples to support the argument. Please do not just be descriptive of these examples, but analyze them by relating them to the original argument. Also, please structure the essay coherently by breaking it into subsections, each with a subheading.

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Please follow Harvard style, with at least 15 sources, but more if thats possible. Please use a combination of books, journals, and newspaper articles. Heres a list of sources you may use, but please do not restrict to just these sources.

1. Williams, R and Doig, A eds (2000) Controlling Corruption, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar  see passim and Ch 5 by Rose-Ackerman and Ch 25 by Langseth/Bruane

2. Klitgaard (1997) Cleaning up and invigorating the civil servicePublic Administration and Development 17: 487-509.

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4. Fisman, R and Miguel, E (2006) Cultures of Corruption: Evidence from Diplomatic Parking Tickets BREAD Working Paper 122.

5. Treisman, D (2000) The causes of corruption: a cross-national study Journal of Public Economics, 76: 399-457.

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9. Gregory, R (2002) Governmental Corruption in New Zealand: A View through Nelsons Telescope?Asian Journal of Political Science, 10(1): 17-38.

10. Hopkin, J. and A. Rodriguez-Pose (2007).   Grabbing Hand or  Helping Hand ? Corruption and the Economic Role of the State , Governance 20(2): 187-20

11. Johnston, M (1987) Right and Wrong in American Politics: Popular Concepts of CorruptionPolity 18 (3)

12. Klitgaard, R (1991) Controlling Corruption (University of California Press)

13. Kolstadt, I and Wiig, A (2009)  Is transparency the key to reducing corruption in resource-rich countries? World Development 37(3) 521-32.

14. Manzetti, L and Wilson, CJ (2007)  Why do corrupt governments maintain public support? Comparative Political Studies, 40(8): 949-70.

15. Nye, J (1967) Corruption and Political Development: A Cost-Benefit AnalysisAmerican Political Science Review 61 (2) June 1967: 417-27.

16. Rogow, A and Lasswell, H (1963) Corruption, Power and Rectitude, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall

17. Rose-Ackerman, S (2008)  Corruption and Government International Peacekeeping, 15(3): 328-43.

18. Scott, J (1972) Comparative Political Corruption, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall

19. Shleifer, A and Vishny, W (1993) CorruptionQuarterly Journal of Economics

20. Theobald, R (1999) So what really is the problem about corruption?Third World Quarterly 20(3): 491-502.

21. World Bank (1993) The East Asian Miracle, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

22. Theobald, R (1999) So what really is the problem about corruption?Third World Quarterly 20(3): 491-502.

23. Warren, M.E. (2006) Democracy and Deceit: Regulating Appearances of Corruption American Journal of Political Science 50(1): 160-174.