Issues paper on corruption and economic growth



The G20 Anti-corruption Working Group has asked the OECD to lead the work examining the impact of corrupt practices and anticorruption policies on economic growth and development, resulting in this Paper to be presented to the G20 Leaders at the St. Petersburg Summit in September.

The paper shows that strong and systematic implementation of the various elements of the anti-corruption agenda are necessary to address the impact of corruption on the various transmission channels, and consequently on sustained economic growth.

This holistic approach builds the case for a global reform agenda to curb corruption that takes account of the efforts led in other strands of the G20. 


Report:  Issues paper on corruption and economic growth

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