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Corruption And The Composition Of Government Expenditure

Paolo Mauro
Published 1998 · Economics

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Abstract This paper asks whether predatory behavior by corrupt politicians distorts the composition of government expenditure. Corruption is found to reduce government spending on education in a cross section of countries.
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