Corruption In The Russian Economy

Abstract

In Russia, in recent years, the volume of theft through corruption schemes has increased, and today corruption has reached unprecedented proportions. country, only with public procurement, according to the Accounts Chamber, Russian corrupt officials steal from the budget almost a trillion rubbles annually. The growth of corruption in modern Russia is reflected in the world ranking, which is annually compiled by the independent international organization Transparency International. If at the beginning of Vladimir Putin's presidency (in 2000) Russia was in 82nd place in terms of the perception of corruption in its country, then at the end of 2020 modern Russia took 137th place in this negative rating and was in the group of countries with the highest level corruption. Corruption is especially dangerous in the structures of state power and administration, which negatively affects the economy and social sphere. This article, based on numerous sources and statistical data, shows the damage that corruption causes to the Russian economy.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.26

Online ISSN

2357-1330