ANALYSIS OF COUNTERMEASURES EFFECTIVENESS AGAINST ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES UNDER CORRUPTION
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ANALYSIS OF COUNTERMEASURES EFFECTIVENESS AGAINST ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES UNDER CORRUPTION
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Mark Levin 
Elena Pokatovich
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44-55
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The effectiveness of various countermeasures against illegal activities and corruption is analyzed in a situation when law enforcement is performed by corrupt policemen, while the probability of punishment and the size of bribe are supposed to be determined endogenously. In particular, the effect of increased punishment (fi ne) and greater amount of resources allocated to combat these offenses is examined.

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model of corruption, illegal market, prostitution, countermeasures, effectiveness
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01.01.2012
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