Corruption - Policy Memo for the Emerging Markets

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Emerging markets have the highest rates of corruption which occurs in the form of using money and authority to achieve an objective. Corrupt countries often develop at a slower pace than less corrupt countries, since the vice hinders the economy from functioning freely, and promotes income inequality. This policy memo provides a description of the causes and effects of corruption in Kazakhstan and India and explains how it can be controlled.