Political Corruption: Causes, Consequences, and Mitigation Strategies

Authors

  • Prof. Marcelo Costa Institute of Humanities, University of São Paulo, Brazil Author

Keywords:

Political corruption, Governance , Accountability, Transparency, Mitigation strategies, Consequences, Democracy, Bribery, Nepotism, Rule of law

Abstract

                        Political corruption poses a significant threat to the stability and development of nations worldwide. This scholarly article delves into the multifaceted dimensions of political corruption, exploring its root causes, far-reaching consequences, and potential mitigation strategies. Through an interdisciplinary lens, the paper aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of this pervasive issue and contribute to the ongoing discourse on fostering transparent and accountable political systems.

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Published

2023-12-31