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Political Corruption

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Maya Reyes

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of Political Corruption

Bibliography http://www.transparency.org/
http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/corruption/index.html
http://web.worldbank.org
http://www.globalintegrity.org/report
http://www.globalintegrity.org/blog/2008/09/users-guide-to-measuring-corruption.html What is Political Corruption? Political Corruption Political corruption is the use of power by government officials for illegitimate, private gain. Types of Political Corruption Bribery
Embezzlement
Extortion
Cronyism
Nepotism
Episodic Corruption
Systemic Corruption Where is Political Corruption a Problem? Effects of Political Corruption Corruption Damages:
Government - reduction in political legitimacy
Economy - causing economic imbalances within the nation
Social/Environmental - causing an incessant social degradation Conditions that Encourage Corruption Social Conditions
Opportunities and Incentives
Lacking control and accountability of Government
Lack of information (transparency.org) Least Corrupt Countries: Most Corrupt Countries: Thank you. Conclusion
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