IMPACTS OF CORRUPTION ON INNOVATION AND WELL-BEING ON COUNTRIES REPRESENTED IN THE ICIM BY OECD MEMBERS

Kallita Ester Magalhães, Jerônimo Henrique Portes, Arthur Molino Domenech, Luciano A. Prates Junqueira

Abstract


Corruption is a treat to well-being, as showed in this article. The study compares statistically the OECD member states and cross check with the countries where the universities that contribute to the ICIM  (International Conference on Innovation and Management) are located. A statistically analyses of 39 countries using 13 selected indicators, some from the UNSDGs and others from the Observatory ORIBER 2 ,
was applied seeking areas of the ICIM Proceedings that may be developing and deepening their research in order to contribute for a better global future.


Keywords


Corruption; Well-being; Cooperation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/2179-3565.2019v10i4p4-15

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