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The thesis tries to show the corruption phenomenon during the Russian economy transformation. The discussion begins with the comprehensive analysis of corruption phenomenon, roughly introduce phases of Russian economical transformation. This study will also make some explanation of Russian corruption phenomenon.
This study uses Corruption Perception Index(CPI) from the Transparency International and GDP per capita(PPP) to run correlation coefficients. The author of this article analyzes the relations between economy and corruption empirically by the statistical results. Furthermore, the author also explains the societal cost of corruption behavior with economic figures.
This research indicates that corruption phenomenon erodes the economical development and democratic construction of Russia, and can not be erased. Today, the crucial problem to the future of Russia is how to prevent from the dead losses of corruption.
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