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La corruption : Fondements microéconomiques et Déterminents macroéconomiques

Mtiraoui, Abderraouf (2015): La corruption : Fondements microéconomiques et Déterminents macroéconomiques.


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The purpose of this article is to study the relationship between the economic sphere and the phenomenon of corruption was also seen by some economists as Leff (1964), Huntington (1968), Him (1985), Beck and Maher (1986) who say that the relationship is beneficial to the economy as it would improve economic efficiency. The work of Mauro (1995), which form the first empirical estimates on the same query. According to this author, the harmful nature of corruption on investment and economic growth and hence the vital role played by the state in the development of nations. We finally focus on the determinants of corruption i.e. the micro-economic determinants and macroeconomic determinants.

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