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DOI: 10.21202/1993-047X.09.2015.4.26-35

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Authors :
1. Sushanta Kumar Bhowmik, Philosophy Doctor, Master of Sciences
Jadavpur University (India), University of Tsukuba (Japan)



Corruption in political democracy is hard to control with law only


Objective: to study the types of corruption. To research sources of corruption and defects of corruption control mechanism. To propose ways of solving the problem of corruption.

Methods: methods of analysis, synthesis, analogy and summarizing were used.

Results: The reveals the imperfections of the systemic mechanism of corruption counteraction and analyzes its causes. The stages and scope of imperfections are also indentified. The world economical inequality, which determines the lawmakers’ activities, is a big concern of corruption controlling system. Biometric signature may be used as individual identification at all finance-related performance will identify the corrupt personals at all levels.

Scientific novelty: As it is stated in the article, many dimensions of corruptions may be eliminated with the help of regulatory devices or a total digital controlling system.

Practical significance: introduction of the digital controlling system will allow to identify and control the corrupt officials at all levels and help to efficient struggle against corruption.
 


Keywords :

corruption, anti-corruption, political democracy, lawmakers, Government institutions, moral education, digital system, biometric sign


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Citation :

Bhowmik S. K. Corruption in political democracy is hard to control with law only // Actual Problems of Economics and Law, 2015, no. 4, pp. 26–35.
 


Type of article : The scientific article

Date of receipt of the article :
15.10.2015

Date of adoption of the print :
15.11.2015

Date of online accommodation :
15.01.2016