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Social Indicators of the Socioeconomic Effects of Corruption

Date Posted: 06.06.2015

Corruption in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is widespread and endemic, penetrating all levels of society. Although corruption is done in secret, the social and economic effects of it are visible and affect everyone in the country. This article presents the socioeconomic effects of corruption that are made visible through various social indicators of the country.

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