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Are people inherently corrupt? cross country comparison: Paraguay versus Canada

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The paper studies the behaviour of Canadian and Paraguayan citizens regarding corruption. This paper presents an experiment that was carried out in both countries. Results show that attitude toward corruption differs from one country to another. Participants in Canada showed a higher tolerance to corruption compared to participants in Paraguay. The paper concludes that the reason behind the difference in behaviour is due to the negative implications corruption have in Paraguay compared to Canada. Participants from Canada believe corruption is not a problem for the country while Paraguayans ranked corruption as the main problem the country faces.
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