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DOES JOINING THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE HAVE AN IMPACT ON EXTRACTIVE AND NON-EXTRACTIVE FDI INFLOWS?
(Georgetown University, 2013)
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) invites resource-rich countries to voluntarily publish the payments they receive from corporations and open their books to the scrutiny of certified auditors. In ...
CORRUPTION AND FDI: A REGIONAL STUDY OF DEVELOPING SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES
(Georgetown University, 2014)
This paper examines the empirical relationship between corruption and foreign direct investment (FDI) in developing countries of Southeast Asia. Difference General Method of Moments (GMM) is utilized to take advantage of ...
Can Transparency Reduce Corruption? - Evidence from Firms in Peru and Mali on the Impact of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) on Corruption
(Georgetown University, 2012)
The past decade has seen a push towards rigorous policy evaluation and new, exciting methodologies have evolved to get a better sense of how effective policy interventions are in achieving their desired outcomes. Unfortunately, ...
Empirical Analysis of Corruption Levels on Rising Central Government Debt
(Georgetown University, 2021)
Limiting central government debt is a crucial objective of numerous governments around the world and it is often looked to as a way to both increase the financial health of the country and prevent significant economic ...
The Effect of Bribery on Firm Innovation in Latin America
(Georgetown University, 2020)
This paper uses firm-level data from the 2010 World Bank Enterprise Surveys to measure the impact of corruption on firm innovation in Latin American economies. Specifically, the paper studies the effects of bribery on the ...