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Purpose – This paper aims to explore the difference in the extent and nature of corruption in China and India. Design/methodology/approach – The paper takes a comparative political‐economy approach. Findings – The paper shows the complexities in the different style and substance of governance in...
Purpose – This paper aims to provide an overview of recent research on accountability of local and state governments in India. Design/methodology/approach – The Downsian theory of electoral competition is used as a departure point for classifying different sources of government accountability...
Purpose – The paper aims to develop a theoretical model to explain the exact process through which the scale effect works to create a possible wedge between a perception‐based ranking like the “Corruption Perception Index (CPI) ” and the axiomatic “absolute costs of corruption”‐based ranking of...
Purpose – The aim of this paper is to study the role of bribery in subsidized credit markets in developing countries. First, the authors use the data to test whether more productive borrowers will pay larger or smaller bribes since the theoretical literature offers conflicting findings regarding...
Purpose – There have been very few attempts in the economics literature to empirically study the link between criminal and corrupt behaviour due to lack of data sets on simultaneous information on both types of illegitimate activities. The paper aims to discuss these issues....
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