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Game Theory Analysis of the Bribery Behavior

@inproceedings{Lianju2011GameTA,
  title={Game Theory Analysis of the Bribery Behavior},
  author={Sun Lian-ju and Peng Luyan},
  year={2011}
}
  • Sun Lian-ju, Peng Luyan
  • Published 2011
  • Economics
  • Bribery may destroy the social welfare. In this paper, we investigated the mechanism of the bribery behavior based on the non-cooperative static game theory. With the general presumption of “rational player”, two bimatrix game models are established to analyze the strategy choice of the briber and the bribee. After discussing the cost-benefit of the players, some beneficial conclusions and solving measures are drawn out. 

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