Policy Brief No. 5 of 2004 on Corruption, Firm Growth and Export Propensity: Findings from Kenyan Manufacturers
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ByKenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)
Surveys of manufacturing firms over the last decade have shown that business persons based in Kenya view corruption as a major hurdle to corporate pursuit. Other governance-related surveys have also concluded that Kenya is an increasingly corrupt country. Recognizing this state of affairs, the new Government took the challenge to fight corruption right from the first year of its power, and has legislated accordingly. This policy brief is based on a recent study by KIPPRA on Corruption, firm growth and export propensity: Findings from Kenyan manufacturers. The study is based on extensive data collected in year 2003 through a KIPPRA/World Bank survey on the business environment in Kenya.
Corruption; Export propensity; Kenyan manufacturers; Firm growth; Kenya
A Policy Brief on Corruption, Firm Growth and Export Propensity: Findings from Kenyan Manufacturers.
PublisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis
SeriesPolicy brief No.5 of 2004;
- Policy Briefs