The Microeconomic Perspective on Bribery Incentives

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  1. Nice post. We found the same in our studies in Vietnam. Firms that were not bribing were doing better. Learning rules and adhering to them, like any investment, may be costly initially, but pays off in the long run.

  1. June 26, 2015

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