Factors affecting corruption From the perspective of employees

Zahra Rajaei, Ali Arghavani


Fundamental attention to the administration system of any society and its exact pathology (of corruption) can be great help to the policy-maker of community that with timely detection, they adopt needed solutions. Administrative corruption whose context is the official system and state administration, as a dilemma, suffered many developed and developing societies. In this study, the effect of cultural, environmental, personal and administrative factors in the administrative corruption from the point of view of employees of Birjand's department of agriculture were investigated. The statistical population included all employees of the Department of Agriculture of Birjand, and statistical sample was 100 employees of the Department of Agriculture which is randomly simple distributed a questionnaire between them in Day and Bahman 93. The standard questionnaire[1] was used to collect information. The results show that cultural, environmental, personal and administrative factors can predict the level of administrative corruption directly. And for any strategy in the field of administrative corruption should consider these factors first. Also the coefficient of determination is 0.95 percent which means 95 percent of administrative corruption in terms of respondents is determined through these four factors. Also all of the indicators of measurement model were approved and the corresponding paths of assumption were confirmed.

[1]Administrative corruption questionnaire used by Mr. Abdul RahmanAfzali and its validity and reliability has been confirmed.


Administrative corruption, Cultural factors, Environmental factors, Personal factors and Administrative factors

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