The corruption–growth relationship: does the political regime matter?

@article{Saha2020TheCR,
  title={The corruption–growth relationship: does the political regime matter?},
  author={S. Saha and K. Sen},
  journal={Journal of Institutional Economics},
  year={2020},
  volume={17},
  pages={243 - 266}
}
  • S. Saha, K. Sen
  • Published 2020
  • Economics
  • Journal of Institutional Economics
Abstract Corruption is widely believed to have an adverse effect on the economic performance of a country. However, many East-and-Southeast-Asian countries either achieved or currently are achieving impressively rapid economic growth despite widespread corruption – the so-called East-Asian-Paradox. A common feature of these countries was that they were autocracies. We re-examine the corruption-growth relationship, in light of the East-Asian-Paradox. We examine the role of political regimes, in… Expand

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