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Corruption and the Transnational Litigation Prisoner’s Dilemma

Paul GowderMaya Steinitz

In this article, Professors Gowder and Steinitz use game theory to argue that perceptions of widespread corruption in the judicial processes in developing countries create ex ante incentives to act corruptly. They offer a solution: the establishment of an international court of civil justice.  To read the article, click here and then press the “download this paper” button.

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