Summary of topics offered - Faculty of Economics and Management

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Type of work:
Bachelor thesis
Topic:
Does foreign aid exacerbate corruption in recipient countries?
State of topic:
approved (prof. Ing. Ján Pokrivčák, PhD. - head of department)
Thesis supervisor:
Dimuth Nambuge, PhD.
Faculty:
topic for all faculties
Supervising department:
Department of Economic Policy - FEM
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Proposed by: Dimuth Nambuge, PhD.
Summary:
Foreign aid donors increasingly demand that aid is used efficiently and effectively.However the effect of corruption levels, measured by the Corruption Perceptions Index,within a recipient country on the levels of economic growth. A growing literature outlines the mechanisms through which corruption impedes economic growth.


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B-MPA International Business with Agrarian Commodities

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