International handbook on the economics of corruption.9781845422424
International handbook on the economics of corruption.
Ed. by Susan Rose-Ackerman.
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Despite the tension between corruption as an area of moral judgments and economics as a field of empirical study, the economics of corruption is increasingly generating productive research on how sufficient economic incentives may drive individuals, businesses, and public officials to behave corruptly. Rose-Ackerman (jurisprudence jurisprudence (jr'ĭsprd`əns), study of the nature and the origin and development of law. , Yale U.) points out in her introduction that her journalistic jour·nal·is·tic
Of, relating to, or characteristic of journalism or journalists.
journal·is approach in Corruption: A Study in Political Economy (1978) has since shifted to statistical studies. She introduces 19 contributions by international economists, political scientists, bankers, and policy analysts, who treat the conceptual, methodological, organizational, communism-to-capitalism economic transition, psychological, and specific economic sector aspects of this issue. Tables and figures represent data and trends including comparative statistics on bribery bribery
Crime of giving a benefit (e.g., money) in order to influence the judgment or conduct of a person in a position of trust (e.g., an official or witness). Accepting a bribe also constitutes a crime. , surveys of individual attitudes, and correlated cor·re·late
v. cor·re·lat·ed, cor·re·lat·ing, cor·re·lates
1. To put or bring into causal, complementary, parallel, or reciprocal relation.
2. governance indicators.
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