“Corruption increases poverty” but why is corruption?

“Corruption increases poverty” but why is corruption?

April 14, 2018 0 By abnidaala

There is still no such thinking about the political economy of corruption yet. What is corruption Who is giving definition of corruption; Who do corruption? Betty corruption and great tragedy are not one; In the socio-economics, there is no shock and loss of these; Due to the worries of the parasitic-rich class (ie, relativism) with corruption, there is no doubt about this.

We are now used to hearing and believing that corruption increases poverty and Bangladesh is one of the most corrupt countries in the world. But these are not the main causes of poverty, there is an attempt to identify corruption as the main cause of poverty. I think it is important to raise a question directly in this regard: Who is the corruption or who does the group, who? In the country, black money worth 75-80 thousand crore rupees annually, is there any share of the people of the country’s large population? Do the poor people do corruption? If you do not, then who needs to be told it is loud. Now it can be said that the government’s responsibility to manage the government has never been corrupted by the corrupt class-groups, ie, leaving it to the working-class of the poor, the problem of corruption arising from corruption is solved. Where is the difficulty to say loud? Or the fiction of this statement (utopia)? Besides, it is also true that without industrialization, where is industrialization? How will the employment without industrialization? How will the economy grow? My argument is not the argument for corruption. This argument can be seen as the argument for building a corruption reduction strategy in the open market economy (which is never poor-friendly) for industrialization.

As already mentioned, corruption is also a political-economic phenomenon, which is not something very important about which it is said. Everyone understands the definition of corruption or everyone who understands corruption – I think it is necessary to raise two issues by assuming it. I see two types of corruption in this country; Payti corruption (which is small corruption) and great trick (big corruption). Let’s come to the top about corruption in corruption. If a rickshaw puller gets Tk 10 for 10 takas, then we have not been convinced that he (rickshaw puller) has corrupted (if he is a gentleman, then the person is cheated). My question is that Rickshaw rent is 20 taka 10 rupees – who is it? Tell me the ‘market’ (or Adam Smith’s ‘invisible hand of the market’). But when the market emerges in the words of the parasitic rich class, then what is my second question, which institution, which system determines its professional fate? He said that he must live life after rickshaw, that is, there is some kind of big deformity? There is a lot more to the level of corruption of petite corruption. The low paid office penny file took 50 takas ahead, whether it is a corruption or a method of earning money for managing expenses for the sake of stomach (though I firmly believe that person is also not mentally relieved), these are not at all inconvenient. The consequence of the corruption of payee does not create any serious wounds in socio-economic-cultural life. Because the acquisition, acquisition, robbery, occupation, occupation, the occupation of another’s property are their main occupation; Greed is a big thing here. Do not say these words in a loud voice: ‘Get rid of corruption’ and it is because of the fact that it is very difficult. Because in that case, the system of unproductive debt will be broken and the large portion of the wealth will reduce poverty-discrimination-inequality by losing through the progressive policies of tax-revenue. So there is no benefit to talking about ‘corruption’; There is no doubt that corruption is now in this country. Both the situation is bad and the situation is bad, so the situation is bad. The poverty-discrimination-the basis of disparity- because the structure does not break, see corruption!