Auditing Leviathan: Corruption and State Formation in Early Eighteenth-Century Britain

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Administrative and financial corruption was a central preoccupation of eighteenth-century Britain, and effective audit supposedly the sine qua non of an efficient fiscal-military state, yet no studies exist of its true extent or why audit mechanisms could prove so ineffective.

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