Corruption and Governance: Challenges for Developing Nations


  • Dr. Sofia Alvarez Institute for Philosophical Studies, Buenos Aires, Argentina Author


Corruption, Governance, Developing Nations, Economic Growth, Political Stability, Institutional Weaknesses, Cultural Factors, External Influences, Anti-Corruption Strategies


Corruption and weak governance are pervasive challenges for developing nations, hindering economic growth, social development, and political stability. This article explores the complex relationship between these two phenomena, examining the multifaceted ways corruption undermines governance and, conversely, how weak governance creates fertile ground for corruption. It further analyzes the specific challenges faced by developing nations in combating corruption, including institutional weaknesses, cultural factors, and external influences. Finally, the article proposes potential solutions and strategies for promoting good governance and tackling corruption in these countries.