Fatores Motivadores e Limitadores da Percepção de Corrupção no Contexto Internacional

  • Kelly Katiuça Patel Universidade Comunitária da Região de Chapecó - Unochapecó
  • Sady Mazzioni Universidade Comunitária da Região de Chapecó - Unochapecó
  • Cristian Baú Dal Magro
Palavras-chave: Corrupção. Perfil econômico. Características de Países. Mundo.

Resumo

O objetivo do artigo é analisar os fatores motivadores e limitadores da percepção da corrupção em um contexto internacional. A metodologia utilizada é baseada em uma pesquisa quantitativa, descritiva e documental, a partir de um conjunto de dados de 83 países no período de 2015 a 2017. Os resultados indicaram que a maior liberdade econômica, a menor distância do poder, a força das leis e da ordem, a governança corporativa estruturada e a maior participação do conselho dos acionistas, formam um conjunto de fatores limitadores da percepção da corrupção. Por sua vez, a carga tributária mostrou-se um fator motivador da percepção da corrupção na amostra de países investigados. O estudo permite insights sobre uma temática relevante nos contextos sociais, governamentais e corporativos.

Biografia do Autor

Kelly Katiuça Patel, Universidade Comunitária da Região de Chapecó - Unochapecó
Sady Mazzioni, Universidade Comunitária da Região de Chapecó - Unochapecó
Cristian Baú Dal Magro

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Publicado
2020-06-15
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Patel, K. K., Mazzioni, S., & Baú Dal Magro, C. (2020). Fatores Motivadores e Limitadores da Percepção de Corrupção no Contexto Internacional. UFAM Business Review - UFAMBR, 2(2), 34-51. https://doi.org/10.47357/ufambr.v2i2.6844
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