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The Efficiency of Repressive Anti-Corruption Measures in Conditions of High-Level Corruption

Abramov Fedir V.;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2017 Journal: Bìznes Inform, volume 12, issue 479, pages 8-12 (issn: 2222-4459, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Research Centre of Industrial Problems of Development of NAS of Ukraine
Abstract
The article is aimed at determining the efficiency of repressive anti-corruption measures in conditions of high-level corruption. It is shown that the formal rules regulating the use of repressive methods of countering corruption are characterized by a significant level of the target inefficiency of formal rules. Resulting from ignorance as to the causes of both occurence and spread of corruption – the inefficiency of the current formal rules – repressive anti-corruption measures are fundamentally incapable of achieving a significant reduction in the level of corruptness. It has been proved that, in addition to significant target inefficiency, repressive anti-co...
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free text keywords: corruption, transaction costs of bureaucratic procedures, repressive anti-corruption measures, lcsh:Business, lcsh:HF5001-6182
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