outbribe

outbribe

(ˌaʊtˈbraɪb)
vb (tr)
to bribe more than
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G]overnmental policies may be so imperfect that corruption may systematically bring about better economic choices, that the private sector will probably perform better than the governmental one when it can utilize corruption to get around cumbersome regulations, that corruption may enable innovators to introduce their innovations, that corruption money is often diverted to investment rather than consumption, and that in fact the ability of entrepreneurs to outbribe their competitors may well be a good criterion of their efficiency.