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Tariff evasion and customs corruption

Olivier Cadot

Tariff evasion and customs corruption

does pre-shipment inspection help?

by Olivier Cadot

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Tariff -- Developing countries -- Case studies.,
    • Customs administration -- Developing countries -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementOlivier Cadot, Jose Anson, and Marcelo Olarreaga.
      GenreCase studies.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3156, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3156.
      ContributionsAnson, Jose., World Bank.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3285668M
      LC Control Number2003616381

      about the relationship between tariffrates and evasion. The model relies on an information-production framework developed by Aghion and Tirole () and applied to corruption problems by Anson (). The idea is essentially that customs must spend costly resources assessing the value of. of corruption and collusive agreements in customs and on the ensuing tax evasion and revenue losses. In this paper we begin to fill in this gap exploiting rich novel highly disaggregated transaction-level import customs data for Madagascar over the period and examining interactions between customs inspectors and brokers.

      Abstract. We analyze the impact of corruption on bilateral trade, highlighting its dual role in terms of extortion and evasion. Corruption taxes trade, when corrupt customs officials in the importing country extort bribes from exporters (extortion effect); however, with high tariffs, corruption may be trade enhancing when corrupt officials allow exporters to evade tariff barriers (evasion effect).Cited by: Tariff evasion Transition countries 1. Introduction As many developing and transition countries rely on import tariffs as an important source of revenue,1 evasion of customs duties has attracted a lot of attention from policy makers. For instance, a report released by the state's budgetary watchdog, theCited by:

      False Claims Act Whistleblower Cases Halting Chinese Products from Entering U.S. by Revealing Tariff Evasion Schemes. By Jeffrey A. Newman. The United States customs authorities are well aware that thousands of Chinese and other foreign goods are being illegally shipped into the U.S. in ways designed to evade U.S. customs duties on such things as steel, honey, furniture, clothing, shrimp. Tariff evasion and customs corruption: does pre-shipment inspection help? (Английский) Аннотация. The authors provide a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs .


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Tariff evasion and customs corruption by Olivier Cadot Download PDF EPUB FB2

Anson, Cadot, and Olarreaga provide a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are corrupt.

This Paper provides a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are. Tariff evasion in sub-Saharan Africa: the influence of corruption in importing and exporting countries Temesgen Worku, Juan P.

Mendoza, and Jacco L. Wielhouwer International Tax and Public Finance,Vol Number 4, Page Cited by: Tariff evasion and customs corruption: does pre-shipment inspection help.

(English) Abstract. The authors provide a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are corrupt.

They build a model highlighting the contribution Cited by: DOI: / Corpus ID: oa. Tariff Evasion and Customs Corruption: Does Pre-Shipment Inspection Help. @article{AnsonTariffEA, title={Tariff Evasion and Customs Corruption: Does Pre-Shipment Inspection Help?}, author={Jose Anson and Olivier Cadot and Marcelo Olarreaga}, journal={The B.E.

Tariff evasion and customs corruption book Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy}, year={}, volume={5} }. This Paper provides a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are corrupt.

Typically a developing country's customs service brings in a large share of its revenues and accounts for an even larger share of its corruption. One prescription popular among development agencies for reducing corruption and customs evasion by importers has been to outsource certain customs functions to pre-shipment inspection (PSI) companies.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. This paper provides a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are corrupt.

This would be an example of tariff evasion through misclassification. But in aggregate, the misreported value would be zero. Both countries have reported $, in chairs. If instead the importer reported $50, worth of chairs (metal or wooden), then the aggregate misreported trade gap File Size: KB.

Tariff Evasion and Customs Corruption: Does Pre-Shipment Inspection Help. Jose Anson 1, 1, Olivier Cadot 2, 2 and Marcelo Olarreaga 3, 3 1 Universal Postal Union, @ This paper - a product of Trade, Development Research Group - is part of a larger effort in the group to understand the determinants of customs corruption.

Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Anson, José and Olarreaga, Marcelo and Cadot, Olivier, Tariff Evasion and Customs Corruption: Does Pre-Shipment Inspection Help?Cited by: Finally, research using data on customs valuation to examine bureaucratic corruption and tariff evasion includes Javorcik and Narcisco () for Eastern Europe and Mishra, Subramanian, and.

This Paper provides a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are corrupt.

We build a model highlighting the contribution of surveillance firms to the generation of information and describing how incentives for fraud and collusive behaviour between importers and.

Tariff evasion and customs corruption: does pre-shipment inspection help. (Inglês) Resumo. The authors provide a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collection and reducing fraud when customs administrations are by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper provides a new approach to the evaluation of pre-shipment inspection (PSI) programs as ways of improving tariff-revenue collec-tion and reducing fraud when customs administrations are corrupt.

We build a model highlighting the contribution of surveillance firms to the generation of information and. Tariff Evasion and Customs Corruption: Does Pre-Shipment Inspection Help.

Anson Jose (), Olivier Cadot and Marcelo Olarreaga () Additional contact information Anson Jose: Universal Postal Union The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy,vol. 5, issue 1, Tariffs, Enforcement, and Customs Evasion: Evidence from India Prachi Mishra, International Monetary Fund An outcome such as evasion or corruption can be This section presents a simple framework of the relationship between evasion, tariff rates and.

If the only solution tried for customs corruption and evasion in a developing country is to outsource certain customs functions to a pre-shipment inspection (PSI) company, PSI will prove more of a fiscal burden than a by: Misreporting Trade: Tariff Evasion, Corruption, and Auditing Standards Derek Kellenberg, Arik Levinson.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment In official international trade statistics, annual commerce between every pair of countries is reported twice: once by the importing country and once by the by: 6. Misreporting Trade: Tariff Evasion, Corruption, and Auditing Standards.

I. Introduction. News stories about misreported trade periodically surface in the business press. In Chinese customs officials detained 50 people for underreporting seafood imports and evading $ million in tariffs.

1Cited by: 6.CEPII, WP No Determinants and Pervasiveness of the Evasion of Customs Duties 5 ABSTRACT Evasion of customs duties is a serious concern in developing countries, where tariff receipts are often important, but their collection is often problematic.

We study theoretically and.Differentiated Products and Evasion of Import Tariffs Beata S source of revenue,1 evasion of customs duties has attracted a lot of attention () discussed the prevalence of under-invoicing as a method of tariff evasion.

The type of corruption that involved import duty evasion in which briber and bribee collude to rob the public was Cited by: