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Corruption Market Model Analysis in the Context of Selecting Government Countermeasures

V.N. Bykov
Deputy Head, the Department of State and Municipal Administration and Management, St. Petersburg Institute of Business and Innovations, Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor
St. Petersburg


  • corruption
  • state
  • countering
  • demand
  • supply
  • elasticity
  • economic security
  • The article analyzes the market model of corruption. Corruption is considered to be a special type of service with particular supply and demand features thereof being outlined as well as supply and demand factors and their elasticity in some cases being described. The author presents systemized government anti-corruption measures and justifies the expediency of implementation of certain state countermeasures depending on the factors and specific features of the market corruption model described.

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