AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF EXPLOITATION IN ASIAN COUNTRIES IN THE LIGHT OF HOLY QURAN
Corruption is the most focused notion in the present world as it is hampering the world development badly. To explore the socio-economic determinants of corruption in the rent-seeking framework is an important task for the researchers. A large variety of socio-economic determinants of corruption have been considered, i.e., secondary school enrolment, social globalization, taxes, inflation, government consumption expenditures, GDP growth, and official development assistance. The study is also furnished with policies implications to mitigate corruption behaviors.