Examining the Impact of Political Corruption on Economic Development


  • Prof. Elsa Gomez School of Humanities, University of Madrid, Spain Author


Political corruption, Economic development, Governance, Transparency, Institutions, Corruption indicators, Developing countries, Public policy, Accountability, Rule of law


                        This scholarly article investigates the intricate relationship between political corruption and economic development. By analyzing the multifaceted dimensions of corruption and its repercussions on various aspects of economic growth, the study aims to contribute to the existing body of knowledge on this critical issue. Through empirical evidence and theoretical frameworks, the article seeks to offer insights into the mechanisms through which political corruption hinders or distorts economic development and explores potential strategies for mitigating its adverse effects.