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Anthony Zurcher in a blog for the BBC reviews the burgeoning infuence of campaign finance in deciding the result of the 2014 US Congressional elections.
Norway's efforts to cap election spending point to a simple but effective way to reduce the role of money politics on democracy, says Emmett Rensin from Mic.com.
Norm Kelly, Marian Sawer and Peter Brent from the Australian National University suggest ways to achieve more transparency in Australia's electoral system.
A database published by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance examines and compares how political donations are regulated around the world.
Opensecrets.org provides a database on who donates, how much, and to which candidates or parties in the United States.
Democratic political strategist Peter Fenn writes that political donations in the run up to the 2016 US Presidential election are out of control and ruining America's democratic system.
The UK Electoral Commission maintains a database of private campaign donations and public election funding to UK political parties.
A study by Money, Politics and Transparency ranks Australia 23rd out of 54 countries in campaign finance transparency.
The University of Melbourne's Zim Nwokora looks at controversial questions about the financing of parties and elections.
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