Negative effects of Corruption - Coggle Diagram
Negative effects of Corruption
Cheating is also theft because you are claiming credit for someone else's work. Cheating is stressful. If you're caught lying, or you suspect someone knows about your infidelity and might tell someone else, it can be incredibly distressing. Cheating on others is unjust.
Corruption in education is a threat to society's well-being since it erodes social trust and exacerbates inequality. When families are forced to pay bribes for services, it disadvantages impoverished pupils and decreases equal access to education. Female students may drop out of school as a result of their teachers' solicitations for sex.
Reduces economic growth
Under-investment human capital
Over-investment of public infrastructure
Increases the existence of illegal business
Underground economy/ black markets
Creates distortions of factor markets
Lower tax revenues
Affects income distribution
Negative impact on efficacy of public programmes
Questionable legitimacy of the State in the eyes of citizens
The more corruption it is, more difficult is to catch them
Honest people is discouraged to work in the government