Corruption, Political Instability and Economic Development in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS): Is There a Causal Relationship?

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Nurudeen Abu; Mohd Zaini Abd Karim; Mukhriz Izraf Azman Aziz;

Despite the abundant research on economic development, corruption and political instability, little research has attempted to examine whether there is a causal relationship among them. This paper examines the causal relationship among corruption, political instability a... View more
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