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The Brazilian Clean Company Act: Using Institutional Multiplicity for Effective Punishment
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In Brazil's battle against corruption over the past two decades, there has been significant progress associated with the systems of oversight and investigation but very little progress in holding corrupt actors legally accountable for their transgressions. We suggest that until very recently this could be partially explained by the fact that there was institutional multiplicity (i.e. duplication of functions) in oversight and investigative institutions, while at the punishment stage, a singledoi:10.2139/ssrn.2673799 fatcat:pxh33inisff4fl74xygs5tovpe