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Corruption in China: What Shapes Social Attitudes Toward It?, Comparative Economic Studies 3 (2019). Fungáčová, Zuzana; Määttä, Ilari; Weill, Laurent

Category A Peer-reviewed scientific articles
Sub-category A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
auki Internal authors
All authors as text Fungáčová, Zuzana; Määttä, Ilari; Weill, Laurent 
Number of authors
Status Published
Year of publication 2019 
Date 15.09.2019 
Name of article Corruption in China: What Shapes Social Attitudes Toward It? 
Name of journal Comparative Economic Studies
Volume of issue 61 
Number of issue
Pages 493–518 
Abstract This research investigates the determinants of attitudes toward corruption in China using micro-level data. We use survey data on 6000 individuals from 28 provinces to estimate logit models that show how individual and provincial determinants shape attitudes toward corruption. Respondents who have higher education, belong to higher social class, live in rural areas, and are members of the Communist Party of China, think corruption is less useful than the other respondents. Negative attitude toward corruption is related to higher education, lower social class, and membership in the Communist Party of China.
Free text descriptor in Finnish korruptio; Kiina; asenteet; 
Free text descriptor in English Corruption; China; Social attitudes 
JEL-codes H11; K42; P16 
ISSN / e-ISSN 0888-7233 
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Additional information Online first 7 Jan 2019
Notes BOFIT DP 18/2016 
Open Access Not known

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