Corruption, Governance, and Government Revenue

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This study analyzes the complex relationship between corruption, governance, and government revenue. It explores some of the collective influence approaches to corruption and Governance on Government revenue. The panel data of ninety-six countries from 2005 to 2020 is being collected from the Corruption perception index (CPI), World development indicator (WDI), and worldwide Governance indicators (WGI). For the analysis, panel data fixed effect and D&K technique is used among corruption, governance, and Government revenue. The findings show that corruption significantly and negatively affects government revenue, while governance significantly and positively impacts government revenue. So, the government needs to improve the governance quality to enhance the tax revenue and control the corruption level in the economy.

Keywords: Governance, Corruption, Government Revenue

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Published
2022-12-31
How to Cite
Hussain, T., Maitlo, S., Raza-ul-Mustafa, A., & Mujahid, H. (2022). Corruption, Governance, and Government Revenue. Journal of History and Social Sciences, 13(2), 122-133. https://doi.org/10.46422/jhss.v13i2.228
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