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Experimental study of bribery in public procurement

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FIŠAR Miloš

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Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

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Popis Corruption negatively effects economic and market development (Fisman & Svensson 2007), batters social stability and moral foundations (Jong-sung & Khagram 2005) or causes inefficiency in public expenditures and public sector itself (Blackburn et al. 2005). The significant part of public expenditures is usually spent through public procurement. Bribery in public procurement is illegal interaction be- tween a public official responsible for the tender and a competing firm. Reciprocity might be one of potential driving factors of the decisions made by the official in such situation. How will the official react to a bribe? Will his/her decision - who wins the procurement - not be affected by the bribe? Will he/she opportunistically take it but not return the favor? Or will he/she blow the whistle and report the briber to authorities? We bring the bribery in public procurement to laboratory and study it experimentally.
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