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        Misunderestimating Corruption

        ABSTRACT

        Estimates of the extent of corruption rely largely on self-reports of individuals, business managers, and government officials. Yet it is well known that survey respondents are reticent to tell the truth about activities to which social and legal stigma are attached, implying a downward bias in survey-based estimates of corruption. This paper develops a method to estimate the prevalence of reticent behavior, in order to isolate rates of corruption that fully reflect respondent reticence in answering sensitive questions.

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        • TypeReport, Research Paper
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        • Size585 KB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedalmost 4 years ago
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