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Does democracy fuel corruption? Most Ghanaians don't think so

By Joseph Yaw Asomah, Assistant Professor, University of Manitoba
Does democracy breed corruption – particularly in developing countries?

There are strong advocates of the theory. And strong detractors.

Some studies conclude that democracy aggravates corruption. For instance, noted scholar of public policy Jong-Sung You’s work explores the relationships between democracy, inequality and corruption. He showsin…The Conversation

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