Table of contents for International handbook on the economics of corruption / edited by Susan Rose-Ackerman.

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Economic analysis of corruption: introduction and overview
	Susan Rose-Ackerman
Part I: Corruption and poor governance around the world
1) Causes and consequences of corruption -- What do we 
know from a cross- section of countries? 
	Johann Graf Lambsdorff
2) Measuring governance using cross-country perceptions 
	Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay, and Massimo 
3) Measuring institutions 
	Christopher Woodruff
Part II: Corruption and Institutional Structure
4) Bargaining for bribes: the role of institutions
	Ray Fisman and Roberta Gatti
5) Democratic institutions and corruption: incentives and 
constraints in politics
	Jana Kunicov¿
6) Decentralization, corruption, and government 
	Pranab Bardhan and Dilip Mookherjee
7) Corruption, hierarchies, and bureaucratic structure
	Ajit Mishra
8) Determinants of corruption in developing countries: the 
limits of conventional economic analysis 
	Mushtaq Khan
Part III: Corruption in the transition from socialism
9) The effectiveness of anti-corruption programs: 
preliminary evidence from the post-Communist transition 
	Alan Rousso and Franklin Steves
10) Corruption in China and Russia compared: different 
legacies of central planning
	Jens Andvig
Part IV: Surveys and experiments 
11) Why are some public officials more corrupt than others?
	Jennifer Hunt
12) Corruption and the demand for regulating capitalists
	Rafael di Tella and Robert MacCulloch
13) Corruption in international business transactions: the 
perspective of Norwegian firms 
	Tina S¿reide
14) Laboratory experiments on corruption
	Klaus Abbink 
Part V: Sectoral anti-corruption policies
15) How corruption affects service delivery and what can be 
done about it 		Ritva Reinikka and Jakob Svensson
16) Corruption and the management of public works in Italy
	Miriam Golden and Lucio Picci
17) Corruption in tax administration: lessons from 
institutional reforms in Uganda
	Odd-Helge Fjeldstad
18) The economics of anti-corruption: lessons from a 
widespread customs reform
	Dean Yang
19) Prescription for abuse? Pharmaceutical selection in 
Bulgarian healthcare
	Patrick Meagher 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political corruption -- Economic aspects.
Corruption -- Economic aspects.