Modeling of Corruption in Hierarchical Organizations


Olga I. Gorbaneva, PhD
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Southern Federal University, Russia

Guennady Ougolnitsky, PhD
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics and Computer Sciences, Southern Federal University, Russia

Anatoly B. Usov, PhD
Southern Federal University, Russia

Series: Mathematics Research Developments
BISAC: MAT003000

This book focuses on hierarchical organizational structures. Secondly, the authors perform modeling in the context of solving control problems. Next, the conditions of corrupting a major task of control consisting of ensuring sustainable development of modeled hierarchical organizations are reviewed. Here, the authors proceed from the original concept of sustainable management (Ougolnitsky, 2002, 2005, 2010, 2011; Ougolnitsky and Usov, 2010-2014).

In contrast to the classical approach of G. Becker and S. Rose-Ackerman (which states that the efficiency of anti-corruption struggle is defined via comparing losses due to corruption and the costs of such measures), the above concept applies certain requirements of sustainable development of a modeled system with proper consideration of economic restrictions. Finally, the empirical base and identification of mathematical models is examined.
(Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents



Chapter 1. Corruption Problem and its Mathematical Modeling

Chapter 2. Theoretical Models of Corruption in Hierarchical Control Systems

Chapter 3. Applied Models of Corruption in Hierarchical Control Systems




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