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Penska Anastasiya
Tytuł
Determinants of Corruption in Ukrainian Regions: Spatial Analysis
Źródło
Ekonomia / Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2015, nr 42, s. 135-160, tab., bibliogr. s. 156-160
Słowa kluczowe
Korupcja, Przestrzenna analiza statystyczna, Zwalczanie korupcji
Corruption, Spatial statistical analysis, Fight corruption
Uwagi
summ.
Kraj/Region
Ukraina
Ukraine
Abstrakt
This study investigates the determinants of corruption in Ukrainian regions and applies spatial analysis to examine the relationship between corruption perception index and economic, political and cultural factors. The results of the study show that economic growth decreases corruption in the regions. The paper also challenges the existing academic studies, as it shows positive impact of the number of civil organizations in Ukrainian regions on corruption. The implications of the empirical research are, therefore, a valuable asset to the existing literature on corruption. They indicate that dealing with corruption in Ukraine requires consideration of the influence of region specific corruption determinants. (original abstract)
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