Refer a friend and get % off! They'll get % off too.

Corruption, soundness of the banking sector, and economic growth: A cross-country study

This paper explores the impact of corruption on both the banking
sector and economic growth; we determine the impact using 76
macroeconomic data from various countries over the period 2002–
2004. The results of various cross-sectional regressions provide
substantial evidence that corruption significantly aggravates the
problems with bad loans in the banking sector. In this study, we
also find some evidence of a new channel through which
corruption lowers economic growth: Corruption distorts the allo-
cation of bank funds from normal projects to bad projects, which
decreases the quality of private investments, hence it decreases
economic growth.

You will get a PDF (335KB) file

يورو 4.00

يورو 4.00

To be able to receive payments, please enter your payment details.

Discount has been applied.

Added to cart