Finance & Development, (USA), (35/1). Start page: 11. No of pages: 4
Surveys research on corruption, which has explored only a few hypotheses such as the effect of trade deregulation, abundant natural resources and well-paid civil servants. Reports findings about reduced private investment, the impact of corruption on economic growth, how health and education are affected the relationship with weak institutions. Poses questions which need answering, such as governments’ inability to eradicate corruption, its connection with poverty, the worst forms of corruption, and what to do about it.
Subject(s): CORRUPTION, ECONOMIC THEORY, RESEARCH, ECONOMIC GROWTH, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Database: AFA: Accounting & Finance Abstracts
Style: Literature review
ISSN: 0145-1707. Reference: 27AH472
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