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Theorizing Corruption

By Deni Khanafiah and Hokky Situngkir

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to gain the broad explanation of corruption using simple computational model. We elaborated further the model of corruption described previously in Situngkir (2003b), with some additions in model’s properties. We performed hundreds of experiments computationally using Swarm and constructed the explanation of corruption based upon these results. We show that corruption should be understood as complex social-phenomena, which relates not only with economical aspect, but also with many other social and anthropological aspects

Topics: Statistical Models, Dynamical Systems, Complexity Theory, Behavioral Analysis, Social Psychology, Behavioral Analysis
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:4678
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