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Impact of Information Technology on Financial and Bureaucratic Corruption in Developed and Developing Countries

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Economic and financial corruption in the today's world especially in developing countries has been proposed as one of the most important factors in the development of society and has been created irreparable damage on the speed of the wheels of society. The economic corruption problem would not be solved, unless to identify and to eradicate its factors and the roots of this phenomenon. The main objective of this article is to survey the effect of information technology on financial and bureaucratic corruption in developed and developing countries. The research method used in this study was research library based on data, international data and using econometric methods. Panel data model was used to test the research hypotheses. Summary and conclusions of hypotheses show that the degree of openness of economy and the number of internet users have a positive and significant impact on corruption, i.e. the corruption has been increased by the increasing of the number of internet users and the increasing of the degree of openness in the countries studied and the variable of information technology expenses not related to corruption.
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