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    Title: An Economic Analysis of Bribery and Incomplete Environmental Enforcement
    Authors: Hu, Jin-Li;Huang, Chung-Huang;Ho, Chia-Wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學產業經濟學系
    Keywords: 賄賂;環境法;經濟分析;Bribery;Environmental Law;Econamic Analysis
    Date: 2000-11
    Issue Date: 2014-02-12 12:28:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In contrast with Mookherjee and Png (1995), we start with the basic model without an anticorruption agency to focus on the effect of bribery on environmental enforcement. The distortion by bribery can be eliminated without an anticorruption agency, as long as the wage incentive is fully provided. The major conclusions are as follows:(1) The government can reward part of penalties to the enforcer in order to increase enforcement efforts. (2) The firm gives bribes to decrease the enforcement efforts. However, in the existence of bribery, the enforcer will also increase enforcement efforts in order to gain more bribes. (3) Bribery is a transfer payment which can reduce distortions from enforcer's fixed salary.
    Relation: 亞太地區溫室氣體與環境污染減量策略國際學術研討會VIII、IX、X=2000 Taipei Conference on Policies for Greenhouse Gases Reduction and Pollution Control in Asian-Pacific VIII、IX、X,頁14-33
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