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Chinese Anti-Corruption Policy Choices in a Transitional Stage
     
 
Zhaogang Qiao, Ph.D., and Ying Zhang, Ph.D.
Community Training and Assistance Center, and University of Maryland
Community Training and Assistance Center, Boston. USA, and UMD, College Park. USA
zhangy@terpmail.umd.edu

With rapid economic development, corruption has become more and more serious in China. This paper has set up an optimal utility model to analyze the factors leading to corruption in China. The model illustrates how higher salary, lower income from corruption, lower preparation costs, higher probability and degree of punishment can help to reduce corruption. Considering these findings, this paper provided some policy discussions in the end.  

 
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