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The majority of existing studies models corruption using a modified version of a "trust game" in which a player in a role of a company can transfer funds to a second player, called official, who can reciprocate and increase the value of the final profits of the company and herself at the expense of a profit of a third player - the public (e.g., Alatas et al., 2009a, 2009b; Barr & Serra, 2010; Came...

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