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Practice meets Science: Contemporary Anti-Corruption Dialogue This book compiles articles and lectures by experts who attended the third International Anti-Corruption Summer School in September 2009, which took place in Baden, Austria. The 11 articles in this compilation cover a broad range of topics, from Anti-Corruption strategies at the national level (Doig, A.) to estimates of illegal financial transactions of organized crime and terrorist organizations (Schneider, F.) through an analysis of corruption in football (Hill, D.). Read More...
Corruption perceptions vs. corruption reality A recent article by Olken illustrates the limitations of relying solely on corruption perceptions, whether in designing anti-corruption policies or in conducting empirical research on corruption. The paper examines the accuracy of corruption perceptions by comparing Indonesian villagers' reported perceptions about corruption in a road-building project in their village with a more objective measure of ‘missing expenditures’ in the project. Read More...
Committing to transparency to resist corruption What are a firms’ incentives to commit to transparent behaviour that precludes bribery? Using game theory, this paper models different situations. Read More...
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