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Stratos Georgoulas

Greek Bailouts as State-Corporate Crime

by Stratos Georgoulas

The international academic community has recently sought to define “state-corporate crime” – that is, illegal or socially-harmful actions created through the interaction of political institutions of governance and economic production and distribution. From a political and a research point of view, the term corresponds to what is often called “corruption,” but there are two important differences. First, the effort to...

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