CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH : ACROSS-NATIONAL STUDY Selçuk Akçay

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  title={CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH : ACROSS-NATIONAL STUDY Selçuk Akçay},
  author={Selçuk Akçay and Afyon Kocatepe}
}
Social, political and institutional factors play a major role in the retarding of development and economic growth in many developing and developed countries. Corruption, which is a symptom of deep institutional weaknesses, is blamed for reducing investments and expenditures (for education and health), inereasing income inequality, reducing foreign direct investments, distorting markets, and allocation of resources. Some writers argue that corruption is also responsible for a low economic growth… CONTINUE READING

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