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Fernando Delbianco, Carlos Dabús and María angeles Caraballo pou
''Growth, Inequality and Corruption: Evidence from Developing Countries''
( 2016, Vol. 36 No.3 )
This paper presents eclectic evidence on the corruption-growth relationship in a wide sample of developing countries. Direct effects of corruption on growth are positive, while the indirect effects, through investment and human capital channels, are negative. Finally, inequality is not significant.
Keywords: Growth, Inequality, Corruption, 3SLS
JEL: O4 - Economic Growth and Aggregate Productivity: General
O1 - Economic Development: General
Manuscript Received : Dec 29 2015 Manuscript Accepted : Sep 29 2016

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