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The Structure of Interest Group Organization
Monopoly Power and Legislative Corruption
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accept bribes administrative agency heads agents allocation analysis applicants assume assumption bargaining behavior benefits bilateral monopoly bribe-price bribery bribes paid budget bureaucrats campaign contributions ceteris paribus Chapter competitive constituents contract contractors corrupt incentives corrupt officials corrupt payments decisions demand democratic deter discussion election electorate employees example expected penalties favor firm's firms Furthermore gain hierarchy high-level honest officials illegal increase incumbents individual industry influence interest groups issues June 26 kickbacks legislators legislature logrolling low-level corruption low-level officials majoritarian majority marginal marginal costs maximize monopoly power moral costs obtain official's organization organizational output pay bribes payoffs penalty function perfect competition political politicians position possible preferences price discriminate priority queue produce profits programs purchase queuing reduce reelection reform representatives sanctions seek seller simple strategy structure superiors suppliers tion voters votes voting paradoxes Wincanton York York City