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Statistical Study of Corruption in the Region (on the Example of the Rostov Region)

Statistical Study of Corruption in the Region (on the Example of the Rostov Region)

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 7 (no. 3),

The paper proves the effectiveness of the using of statistical methods for evaluation of the corruption level as a result of its, on the one hand, latency, concealment of official statistical accounting, and on the other - the scale of corruption in Russia. The comparative analysis of the substantial characteristics of the nature of corruption by Russian and foreign scientists, as well as their reflection in the law has allowed to develop a questionnaire to adequately assess the levels, causes and the effectiveness of implementation of the policy on the fight against corruption as the most important social indicator of inefficient institutions. Analysis of the results of the economic and sociological survey of the population of the Rostov region revealed a shift of corruption performance in the region in the direction of the education system as a result of the dominance in the selection of students, but it led to the conclusion about the need to tighten legislation on the fight against corruption (72% of respondents), including the confiscation of the property (79,1%), the dismissal of corrupt officials, the ban on public office. The necessity of further in-depth statistical studies of corruption on the development of more effective measures is improved to combat it as a tool for removal of the Russian economy from the crisis and ensure that it is more sustainable growth than projected in the 2020s (the lost decade) 1,5% positive GDP dynamics.


Keywords: experimental economics; corruption; statistical methods; the risk of corruption; regional corruption; anti-corruption policy.

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