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Corruption, Causes and Consequences. 772/intechopen. Among the most common causes of corruption are the political and economic environment, professional ethics and morality and, of course, habits, customs, tradition and demography. There also does not exist an unambiguous answer as to how to deal with corruption.
Sub-Sahara Africa is also one of the most under-developed regions on earth . Among the major causes of Corruption in Africa is the high quest for wealth. Rise in Unemployment as Consequence of Corruption in Africa. Unemployment is the state of being unemployed.
Sub-Sahara Africa is also one of the most under-developed regions on earth (United Nations 2009). Corruption is one of the factors that cause African backwardness in development. Somalia, Burma, Afghanistan, Iraq, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Sudan, Chad, Burundi, and Equatorial Guinea were the top ten most corrupt in the year 2010. The government that rules African countries are not the only people who are corrupt but also the people they rule.
Washington, DC: University of Press of America. World Development 16: 1389–1391. The welfare costs of tariffs, monopolies, and theft. Tollison and G. Tullock (Ed.,Toward a theory of the rent-seeking society, 39–50. College Station: A&M Texas University Press.
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causes and consequences of corruption across countries in recent times . in sub-Saharan Africa
causes and consequences of corruption across countries in recent times (Pellegrini, 2011; Asongu, 2013; Dong & Torgler, 2013; Treisman, 2000; Mauro, 1995; Forson, 2016). in sub-Saharan Africa. preconditions are identified for corruption: bureaucratic discretionary power; the association of. this power with economic rent; and deterrence, which has to do with the probability of being. apprehended and punished.