The questions pertain to subjective perceptions of corruption in addition to objective frequencies of bribing on entrance, exams, term papers, and for credit in various tertiary education institutions.
What makes this data set unique is that it contains self-reported bribing in addition to perceptions of corruption, whereas existing corruption data sets offer information only on perceptions or willingness to bribe.
Make no change concerning M and [alpha], bribing is still illegal and hence presumably morally costly, and on not reporting E is still caught and fined with probability [alpha].
MBP, a modified version of BP such that amnesty (and bribe restitution) is conditional on reporting, prevents corruption from increasing because of the moral and legal costs of bribing (when C is large).
Industry dummies are included to correct for any industry level differences in bribing. Herrera and Rodriguez (2003) show that manufacturing firms are less prone to bribe than service firms.
For example, the United States has a Foreign Corruption Practices Act (1977) that prohibits firms bribing in foreign countries.
corrupting a decision, therefore, requires bribing two or more judges,
of steering cases toward settlements favorable to the bribing party,
in this area is much less efficient.
In fact, A minimizes his total payments by bribing all seven legislators.
In the first case, [W.sub.B] is very small relative to the initial level of legislative support for x, and A can win without bribing any legislators.
Summary: Court acquits businessman of bribing
bank director in deal to buy Dh70m stocks over lack of evidence
The reason is that as n increases, bribing
becomes less profitable for bureaucrats, as fewer entrepreneurs choose to enter the formal sector by paying bribes.
The 36-year-old was accused of bribing
the other suspect [director of the bank's stock exchange section].
for three years for bribing
his niece (N.M.) and making her abuse her position and issue forged health certificates.