A Note on the Impact of Law Enforcement Design on Legal Compliance
This exploratory note presents experimental evidence on how the design of law enforcement impacts legal compliance and detection avoidance. The experiment varies the enforcer's identity and the use of fine revenue. The data show that the level of detection avoidance is indeed influenced by the design of law enforcement. There also are observable differences in legal compliance across treatments, but they are not statistically significant.
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