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Why Some Countries are More Institutionally Corrupt than Others

 

Prepared by the researcher – Ali  Musbah. M. Elwahishi : University of Ziawa- Libya

Democratic Arab Center 

Journal of Political Science and Law :Tenth Issue August – year “2018

A Periodical International Journal published by the “Democratic Arab Center” Germany – Berlin.

Nationales ISSN-Zentrum für Deutschland

ISSN  2566-8056

Journal of Political Science and Law

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Abstract

Corruption is widespread in different regions in the world and exists in all countries, both developed and undeveloped, in the public and private sectors. Just the rate of corruption is different from one country to another. Corruption is a very important issue in the world today, and it is very important to understand causes of corruption across the nations. Thus, corruption has occupied minds of thinkers on different levels both political and economic. It can be a major obstacle in the process of economic development. Hence, corruption has negative impacts on the economic growth in any country that suffers from it. Thinkers seek different ways to diagnose reasons for corruption, and they try to find a panacea to this problem because corruption impedes the development of countries.

الوسوم

المركز الديمقراطى العربى

المركز الديمقراطي العربي مؤسسة مستقلة تعمل فى اطار البحث العلمى والتحليلى فى القضايا الاستراتيجية والسياسية والاقتصادية، ويهدف بشكل اساسى الى دراسة القضايا العربية وانماط التفاعل بين الدول العربية حكومات وشعوبا ومنظمات غير حكومية.

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