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Estimation of Petty Corruption in the Provision of Health Care Services: Evidence from Slum Areas of Karachi

  title={Estimation of Petty Corruption in the Provision of Health Care Services: Evidence from Slum Areas of Karachi},
  author={R. Ahmed and Q. M. Ahmed},
  journal={Journal of economics and sustainable development},
This paper brings to light the detail analysis of the prevalence of corruption in the Health Care Services in the slum areas of Karachi. The empirical results provide significant evidence that the residences of slum areas of Karachi in all the five districts are forced to pay bribes in order to get the basic health care facilities. However, the people living in the District Malir and District East are more exposed to corruption as compared to the other districts. Health is one of the most… Expand
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