Evaluation of Unacademic Behaviour and its Implications on Economic and Social Development
Tudorel Andrei (),
Ani Matei (),
Bogdan Oancea () and
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Daniela Ştefănescu: „Spiru Haret University”, Bucharest
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2010, vol. 9(550), issue 9(550), 33-52
The estimation of corruption and its effects on the social and economic development of a country is a difficult task. A series of studies have estimated the effects of corruption on the economic development of a sector of activity. This article presents the results obtained at the level of a sample with regard to a series of aspects related to the measurement of corruption and the identification of its causes and of the role played by certain institutions in the growth or reduction of corruption. The statistical information was obtained by means of a statistical questionnaire intended for public administration employees. The data were processed in SPSS.
Keywords: corruption; factors that lead to the spread of corruption; civil service; statistical questionnaire; corruption impact. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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