EPIDEMIC CORRUPTION: A BIO-ECONOMIC HOMOLOGY

Salem Hathroubi, Hedi Trabelsi

Abstract


This paper aims to study corruption as an epidemic phenomenonusing the epidemic diffusion model of Kermack and Mc-Kendrick (1927).We seek to determine the dynamics of corruption and its impact on thecomposition of the population at a given time. We determine a thresholdepidemiological corruption based on the approximation of the honestpopulation.

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