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ISBN:  978-0-9860419-7-6
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29th IBIMA Conference
Vienna, Austria
3 - 4 May 2017 



Smagin Vyacheslav Nikolaevich, Karpushkina Anzhelika Viktorovna, Danilova Irina Valentinovna and Aliukov Sergei Viktorovich




The authors offer a corruption evolution model. They show that corruption has two equilibrium states. One of them is characterized by its absence, but it is unstable. The second equilibrium is stable, it has equal corruption acceleration and countervailing forces. The countervailing forces are presented by two types. The first type includes public anticorruption activities, the second type – moral, ethical norms and other limiters. Under certain conditions, the action of the second forces can suppress corruption more than that of the first forces. The offered model allowed to range countries by the importance of the first and the second anticorruption forces by means of the Corruption Perception Index (CPI). It is shown that it corresponds to the “geographical” classification dividing the countries into two groups: with “Western (economic)” and “Eastern (social)” corruption.

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