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Volume 51, Issue 5


Transitional Economies and Corruption

Frait, Jan

Year: 2001   Volume: 51   Issue: 5   Pages: 302-306

Abstract: This article summarizes papers presented and discussions held at the recent seminar of the Czech Economic Association. The seminar was devoted to a much discussed issue within transitional economics the impact of corruption on long-term economic development. The seminar addressed the possible implications of recent theoretical and empirical findings related to corruption and transitional economies, including measures directed at reducing corruption, and the specific features and implications of corruption within the banking sector.

JEL classification: B25, O17, H1

Keywords: history of economic thought; institutional arrangements; structure and scope of government


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