New advances in experimental research on corruption

Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 15 looks at Gender and corruption. It includes "Culture and Corruption: A Review of the Literature", "Corruption policies: Lessons from the lab", "Validity of Corruption Experiments", "Measuring Corruption", written b...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Serra, Danila
Other Authors: Wantchekon, Leonard
Format: eBook
Published: Bingley, U.K. Emerald 2012
Series:Research in experimental economics
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Collection: Emerald Business, Management and Economics eBook Collection Archive - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • ch. 1. Experimental research on corruption : introduction and overview / Danila Serra, Leonard Wantchekon
  • ch. 2. Gender and corruption : a survey of the experimental evidence / Ananish Chaudhuri
  • ch. 3. Experiments in culture and corruption : a review / Sheheryar Banuri, Catherine Eckel
  • ch. 4. Anticorruption policies : lessons from the lab / Klaus Abbink, Danila Serra
  • ch. 5. On the external validity of laboratory experiments on corruption / Olivier Armantier, Amadou Boly
  • ch. 6. Advances in measuring corruption in the field / Sandra Sequeira
  • ch. 7. Experiments on clientelism and vote-buying / Jorge Gallego, Leonard Wantchekon
  • ch. 8. Using field experiments to understand information as an antidote to corruption / Matthew S. Winters, Paul Testa, Mark M. Fredrickson
  • ch. 9. Is it better to empower the people or the authorities? : assessing the conditional effects of 'top-down' and 'bottom-up' anticorruption interventions / James R. Hollyer
  • ch. 10. Behavioral and experimental economics as a guidance to anticorruption / Johann Graf Lambsdorff