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    • Corruption, connections and transparency: does a better screen imply a better scene? 

      Bac, M. (Springer New York LLC, 2001)
      A higher level of transparency in decision making increases the probability that corruption or wrongdoing is detected. It may also improve outsiders' information about the identities of key decision makers, thereby enhance ...
    • Impracticability 

      Aksoy, Hüseyin Can (Springer, 2014)
      The principle of pacta sund servanda requires that agreements must be kept. However such rule is not absolute. When performance of a contractual obligation becomes impracticable, i.e., considerably more burdensome (expensive) ...