Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning

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Corruption

Corruption is most often well-define as the use of public office for the  pursue of private gain (Galtung et al. 2013). This reflects a pledged relationship between the state and its bureaucrats and more broadly between the state and its citizens. Though, corruption increasingly denotes to any breach of trust, failure to deliver in both practice or malfeasance of intended duty and spirit for any agreement when the purpose is the gain of just one of the parties. Therefore, corruption can be occur at all levels of governance and consist of public, private, or non profit actors. Corruption is sometimes separated between petty, corruption and everyday corruption scandals that occur on a large scale. Corruption can involve a wide variety of activities.

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