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Who gets caught for corruption when corruption is pervasive? Evidence from China's anti-bribery blacklist
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-14)
This article empirically investigates why in a corruption-pervasive country only a minority of the firms get caught for bribery while the majority get away with it. By matching manufacturing firms to a blacklist of bribers ...
From one to many central plans: Drug advertising inspections and intra-national protectionism in China
This paper provides the first micro-level evidence for the existence and patterns of intra-national protectionism in China. We demonstrate that drug advertising inspections are used by provincial governments to discriminate ...