State border corruption and illegal migration: A model
State border corruption is still a problem for Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. In a theoretical model, it is shown how a border guard authority should optimally allocate budgetary resources to oblasts in presence of corruption, so as to minimise the general average number of illegal migrants.
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