CALCULATION OF POVERTY RATE
Keywords:Global Transparency, CPI, GCB, Poverty
This study highlights how the Transparency International Index can be used to estimate the prevalence of bribery in countries where data are not available and how the Corruption Perceptions Index can be used to estimate poverty rates. The text emphasizes that these estimations are not accurate and should be considered rough estimates and that other factors may also impact poverty rates. Overall, the text underscores the negative impact of bribery on economic growth and development as well as the need for transparency and accountability to combat corruption.
. Transparency International
. World Bank
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