publication . Article . 2016

Integrating Institutional and Behavioural Measures of Bribery

Rose, Richard; Peiffer, Caryn;
Open Access English
  • Published: 30 Sep 2016
Abstract
Bribery involves individuals exchanging material benefits for a service of a public institution. To understand the process of bribery we need to integrate measures of individual behaviour and institutional attributes rather than rely exclusively on surveys of individual perceptions and experience or macro-level corruption indexes national institutions. This paper integrates institutional and behavioural measures to show that where you live and who you are have independent influence on whether a person pays a bribe. The analysis of 76 nationwide Global Corruption Barometer surveys from six continents provides a date set in which both institutional and individual ...
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free text keywords: Bribery, Contact, Institutions, Public services, Surveys, Law, Corruption, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Public economics, Political science, Global Corruption Barometer, Vulnerability, Inequality, Norm (philosophy), Public relations, business.industry, business, Government, Bureaucracy, Public institution, J
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publication . Article . 2016

Integrating Institutional and Behavioural Measures of Bribery

Rose, Richard; Peiffer, Caryn;