Our discussion focuses on the state’s ceding administrative power to special claimants for the state’s inattention. Legal corruption, by our lights, is less about explicit or implicit exchange relationships, and more about law being employed to carve out spaces where the state actively cedes spaces to private ‘sovereigns’ – sovereigns within the space, after it has been carved out – where they can regulate themselves as they see fit and where they can project their power over others without the state stepping in.
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 08 Nov 2014|
|Event||Northeast Conference on Public Administration - Sheraton Harborside, New Hampshire, Portsmouth, United States|
Duration: 06 Nov 2014 → 08 Nov 2014
|Conference||Northeast Conference on Public Administration|
|Period||06/11/2014 → 08/11/2014|