Roots of Administrative Corruption in Public Sector of Developing Countries

Mina Alavi; Seyedeh Laya Mortazavi

Volume 9, Issue 10 , October 2022, , Pages 669-685

  What lessons does prior research on causes of corruption offer public administrators operating in, and researchers studying the dynamics of, public sectors of most governments developing societies? In this paper we summarize a voluminous body of prior economic, social and political science research that ...  Read More

Allocation of Public Expenditure on Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Importance of Democracy and Quality of Governance

Mfouapon Alassa; Kamdem Cyrille Bergaly; Mohammadou Nourou

Volume 8, Issue 12 , December 2021, , Pages 902-933

  The objective of this study is to produce a statistical investigation of the determinants of public expenditure in and for agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa with particular emphasis on the effects of democracy and quality of governance. The data for the study cover the period 1996-2018 in 32 Sub-Saharan ...  Read More

The Impact of Democracy on Distribution of Income in a Selection of Member Countries of OECD and Member States of the Islamic Conference (2001-2014)

Aram Sepehrivand; Mohammad Ebrahimi

Volume 4, Issue 3 , March 2017, , Pages 238-251

  As a socioeconomic index, inequality in distribution of income and wealth is considered as a marginally sensitive political variable that is simultaneously highly prone to being affected by political structures. On this basis, the recent process of democratization has yielded in occurrence of a series ...  Read More