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At heart, the corruptive exchange is only one of the possible modalities of interaction between state and citizens, or between public services and users, and for this reason must be reinserted into a larger movement of social relations based on exchange, reciprocity, and negotiation. The gaze slides here from transgression to transaction “in which one party exchanges wealth—or trades on more durable assets such as kinship ties—for a measure of influence over the authoritative decisions of government” (Scott 1969: 321).
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Corruption and the Secret of Law (Law, Justice and Power) by Monique Nuijten and Gerhard Anders