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By Randi Ryterman, Cheryl Gray, Joel Hellman

ISBN-10: 0821358081

ISBN-13: 9780821358085

ISBN-10: 1417504048

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Controlling corruption is an important a part of strong governance and poverty relief, and it poses an important problem for governments everywhere in the global. Anticorruption in Transition 2 analyzes styles and tendencies in corruption in business-government interactions within the transition economies of crucial and japanese Europe and the previous Soviet Union. It issues to a few encouraging symptoms that the importance and destructive impression that corruption exerts on companies can be declining in lots of international locations within the area. It additionally indicates how a few forms of organizations - such a lot particularly small deepest ones - come across extra corruption than others, and it underscores the significance of coverage and institutional reforms achieve long term good fortune within the struggle opposed to corruption. The longer-term sustainability of contemporary advancements isn't really definite, notwithstanding, and the demanding situations forward stay ambitious.

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10 are driven by idiosyncrasies regarding where different countries were in their election cycles at the time the surveys were conducted. At this point it is not possible to draw strong and robust conclusions regarding the effects of political tenure on corruption from the BEEPS data. This chapter has tried to help untangle the intricate web of factors that contributes to different patterns of corruption across transition economies. Although much re­ mains to be explained, the analysis has un­ 44 derscored the importance of three factors— firm characteristics (most notably the dis­ advantaged position of small, young private firms and the advantaged position of foreignowned firms), the policies and institutions that shape the business environment, and the degree of managerial optimism.

As in Chapter 2, the extent of corrup­ tion can be measured using five indicators surveyed in BEEPS: ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ a manager’s general impression of the extent to which corruption is an obstacle to his or her business; the frequency of bribes (in the aggre­ gate and for various types of bribes); the share of annual revenues paid in bribes (the “bribe tax”); the manager’s perception of the impact of state capture on the firm; and the extent of direct participation of the firm in state capture (as a “captor” firm).

No impact Tenure of Political Leadership 42 olitics almost certainly has an impor­ tant impact on corruption, albeit one that generally is not well understood. As P tries with recent elections, but this effect disappears in 2002. 9, neither the length of tenure in office of the executive nor recent BEEPS data between political tenure and the frequency of various types of bribes. As with legislative elections are associated in the BEEPS data with higher bribe taxes or greater bribe frequency among sample firms in either year.

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