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Political Connections and the Allocation of Procurement Contracts

Introduction By John W. Chierichella In an August 2007 article entitled "Political Connections and the Allocation of Procurement Contracts," Eitan Goldman, Jorg Rocholl and Jongil So constructed an analytical model that, in the authors’ opinion, establishes an empirical link between "political connections" and the allocation of Government contracts.  The authors’ conclusions are perhaps best encapsulated by … Continue Reading

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