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Anti-corruption policies in the lab – staff rotation

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FIŠAR Miloš ŠPALEK Jiří STANĚK Rostislav KRČÁL Ondřej

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Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

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Popis Periodical rotation of the staff in public sector is widely tool both for fighting corruption and personal quality growth. With the respect to corruption the aim of the staffrotation mechanism is to disturb any upraising corrupt relationships between the public official and the briber. As the introduction of staff rotation is discussed in the Czech Republic, we modified study by Abbink (2004) and conducted laboratory experiment. Similarly to original design we had two treatments, one where the subjects are matched with same second player for the whole session, other treatment where the subjects are re-matched with another player at the beginning of each period but both keep their roles. The results indicate that staff rotation does not influence frequency or levels of offered bribes; however bribes are more likely to be accepted by public official when there is no rotation. On the other hand we found no difference in the level of accepted bribe among treatments.
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