Corruption is an extraordinary crime because
of its enormous negative impact on society, the
government, and the economy. One of the negative
impacts of corruption is that it widens the income
distribution gap between individuals in a country. This
research aims to analyze the impact of corruption on
income distribution gaps in Indonesia. The research
results show that the lower the level of corruption, the
smaller the inequality in income distribution in Indonesia.
The policy implication is the need to continue to improve
the prevention and prosecution of corruption in
Indonesia. For further research, it is recommended to
add a dependent variable as a control variable.
Keywords : Corruption, Income Distribution, Prevention and Enforcement, Control Variables.