Did Institutional Change Bring More Social Welfare ? Determinants of Economic Efficiency of Public Procurement in Vladimirskaya Region. Tanya Ilina (TI-R) Ivan Aymaliev (UCL). Why Corruption in Procurement is Bad? One sad story about one happy couple….
Did Institutional Change Bring More Social Welfare? Determinants of Economic Efficiency of Public Procurement in Vladimirskaya Region
Tanya Ilina (TI-R)
Ivan Aymaliev (UCL)
Transparency International lists the following impact of corruption on public procurement:
Research aim: Empirically investigate whether the government’s efforts to improve the regulatory environment, and in particular its efforts in enhancing public officials’ accountability, resulted in awarding more economically efficient contracts in public tenders. And if not, propose solutions, and give policy recommendations for further reform.
Population: - 1431,9 thousandspeopleby 1 jan. 2012 , 77,6% - urban, 22,4% - rural, GDP per person 149,5 thousand rubles in 2010, 37 place by socio-economic development in 2010.
14%of respondents came across civil servants that forced them to informal payments, services for their efforts. max 35%16% of respondents do not disapprove those who take bribes. max 40%52% of respondents in case they come across a situation where corruption is possible are ready to bribe. max 70%, (2010 FOM)
Vladimirskayaoblast id divided into 16 municipal districts, 5 urban districts. 16 municipal districts are divided into 26 urban settlements and 80 ruralsettlements.
1, 2 Head of local body is the head of administration or the chairman of Council of People's Deputies.
3,4 The head of administration is hired.
Thesampleconsists of 16 municipal districts, 4 urban districts, 54 settlements and 91 public bodies placing orders: 1934 observations. Orders placed from 01.01.2011 to 01.01.2012
Construction and repairment works: mending of roofs, floors; work with electricity, repair of heating, laying of water and sewerage, design of master plan of the rural settlement, control over repairment works.
Notes: P-values in parenthesis, ** p<0.01, * p<0.05