Corruption and quality of public institutions: evidence from Generalized Method of Moment
AbstractThe aim of this paper was to re-examine the relationship between the quality of public institutions and corruption. Estimations from generalized method of moments show that better public institutions (regulation, bureaucracy, political structures) are associated with lower levels of corruption.
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corruption; public institutions.;
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- Gbewopo ATTILA, 2008. "Corruption and quality of public institutions: evidence from Generalized Method of Moment," Working Papers 200813, CERDI.
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