Corruption and Pro-Poor Growth Outcomes: Evidence and Lessons for African Countries

There is growing consensus that corruption hurts economic performance by reducing private investment, adversely affecting the quantity and quality of public infrastructure, reducing tax revenue, and reducing human capital accumulation. In addition to inefficiency effects

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