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Jaime Mogollón Michilot

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How we can fight the corruption in developing nations?

In most of this nation, corruption have an economic and social dimension. What we can do for decrease the corruption. Mr. Mather have an interesting solution. What do you think?

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    Oct 7 2013: To effectively combat corruption one must a) make being uncorrupted more profitable than being corrupt or b) make being corrupt extremely unprofitable or c) a combination of b and a

    ..reasoning? water follows the easiest path downhill but that easiest path may be natural or artificial
    • Oct 11 2013: I agree completely. Corruption is motivated largely by greed, which means that normal corrupt activities need to be made unprofitable to stop the people committing them. Clever criminals always find a way around the problem, but if the problem is so big and such a hassle to move around, they'll stop and take their activities elsewhere.

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