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Bottom-up anti-corruption interventions target the behavior of lower-level bureaucratic officials. Anti-corruption interventions are less effective in situations wherein bureaucratic turnover is frequent.
The bureaucratic officials and the public share basic underlying opinions about the appropriate level of environmental regulation (bureaucrats and the public have different understandings of the forces driving economic competition).
Levine emphasized that if the FBI had been required to notify local police about the leads it had gathered before 9-11, "it is possible that the whole thing could have been prevented." Rather than deferring to the primary role of local police in criminal investigations, however, the national security establishment has reacted to Black Tuesday by absorbing even greater powers and devouring an even larger portion of the federal budget -- while carefully insulating its most prominent bureaucratic officials from hostile scrutiny.
Even if the policy-makers agree on the socially optimal policy, their control over bureaucratic officials is always imperfect--and can be exceedingly weak in most developing countries.
We now have the most stringent safeguards in the Western world which have been laid down not by the British Government but the bureaucratic officials in Brussels.