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Anticorruption legislation and individual propensity to bribery in Russia

Aistov, Andrey V.; & Rassadovskaya, Anastasiia V. (2012). Anticorruption legislation and individual propensity to bribery in Russia. Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publishing House.

Aistov, Andrey V.; & Rassadovskaya, Anastasiia V. (2012). Anticorruption legislation and individual propensity to bribery in Russia. Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publishing House.

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The purpose of the current research is to provide empirical evidence for the relations between macroeconomic, political and legislative factors and grassroots corruption in Russia. The dominating goal of the research is to analyze the dynamics of factors, that create incentives for passive bribery at individual level and to reveal if there are structural breaks in the model related to the changes in anticorruption laws. Empirical part of the research is mainly based on the data of the "Russia Longitudinal Monitoring survey, RLMS-HSE”-2006.




CHAP

Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis – Research Projects 2012


Aistov, Andrey V.
Rassadovskaya, Anastasiia V.



2012





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Higher School of Economics Publishing House

Moscow





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