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Across the four categories investigated, we find perceptions about the prevalence of corruption, attitudes toward the criminality of bribing, past bribing behavior, and gender to be significant explanatory variables for educational corruption.
First, Dreze's concerns about moral and legal costs of bribing do not bite per se.
While the police, customs and excise, passport and municipal services have had the maximum bribing incidents, however, the amount paid isn't as much as in the case of the education department.
Arbitrariness complicates the predictability and planning of firms' bribery and thus can make bribing more damaging (Rodriguez et al.
by requiring a larger payment per bribe and expect bribing parties to
The Tokyo District Court on Friday sentenced a former senior official of a political organization affiliated with scandal-tainted mutual-aid foundation KSD to an 18-month prison term, suspended for four years, for bribing two former Diet members in return for favors.
who in early September became the first drug company employee to be arrested on suspicion of bribing Morita.
If candidates are not able to monitor voters' selections, they will limit their bribing to low turnout areas which favor them.
But following the 1973 oil crisis, Western businesses competing for markets in the Middle East `became accustomed to bribing foreign politicians or officials in order to win contracts,' said Dommel.
Thus, by bribing more than a minimal winning coalition, the first vote buyer can decrease the amount of the bribe paid to each member of his or her original coalition, while keeping constant the amount the second vote buyer must pay to invade successfully.
The etiquette of bribing in Asian markets, after all, is complex.