ABSTRACT. Considerable research attention has focused on the potential negative consequence of corruption, the possible economic effects of corruption, the political and social consequences of corruption, and the effects of corruption on sustainable economic development. The theory that I shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis on the corrosive effects of corruption on people’s trust in the actors and institutions of government, the effects of public-sector corruption on attitudes related to political support, the consequences of corruption on growth in GDP per capita, and the links among welfare, sustainable development, and corruption. pp. 112–117
JEL Classification: D73, D72, F59


Keywords: political, social, corruption, government, economic development


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