International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences

ISSN: 2162-6359

Open Access

Corruption, Public Investment and Revenue: Evidence from Nigeria


Daniel Joseph Onogwu

In this study, we present evidence of the effects of corruption on public investment and revenue in Nigeria. We find that corruption distort the entire decision process associated with public investment. The evidence we presented shows that higher corruption increase higher public investment. We could not conclude on the effect corruption has on public revenue in Nigeria due to the insignificant of the coefficient of corruption in our model. In addition, we present evidence of efforts by Nigeria government to tackle corruption over the years. While we accept that achievement in this area had been made, we emphasize the need for more collaborative efforts by all stakeholders to effectively tackle corruption in Nigeria.


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