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line chart and statistics of CPI (corruption perceptions index) median, highest and lowest parameters from 1995 to 2012.
Gini index (measure of inequality of income distribution) median, highest and lowest values from 1960 to 2007.
areppim scatter chart and statistics of corruption and inequality of income distribution by nation for 2010. We know intuitively that there must be some relationship between corruption and inequality of income distribution. Previous analyzes in this site seemed to confirm this view. Data for 2004 and 2006 showed strong correlations (r = -0.85, and r = -0.71). But data for 2010 do not corroborate the relationship. There is no — or only minimal — linear association between the two variables. The correlation coefficient is a paltry r = 0.09, justifying that only 1% of the variation of one variable can be explained by the variation of the other (R² = 0.01).
scatter chart and statistics of corruption and inequality of income distribution by nation for 2006
chart and statistics of corruption and inequality of income distribution
The complete lists of Corruption Perception Indexes (CPI) — 1995-2012, by Transparency International.
The complete lists of Gini coefficients — 1960-2011, by World Bank and UN University, World Income Inequality Database.