Rajendra Hunma

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Rajendra Hunma
Posted over 2 years ago
Debate: Is corruption a moral or a legal issue?
Given that anticorruption laws are passed sometimes by people who are themselves at least partially corrupt and enforced by institutions which may not always in fully independent and often staffed by people who are nominated by the same corrupt politicians, we cannot rely on the law to effectively deal with corruption. There will always be looholes in the law. In many countries political party financing by large corporations is not considered a bribe and is considered legal. And yet we know that this practice is often at the root of a lot of corrupt practices. This brings us back to the question of who writes the law. We are potentially in a conflict of interest situation. Thus, I would argue that corruption should first and foremost be considered a moral issue.
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Rajendra Hunma
Posted almost 3 years ago
Pankaj Ghemawat: Actually, the world isn't flat
This distortion in perception is probably caused by the media which mentions mainly cases of globalisation rather than the opposite ... this is similar to people's perception of their chances to win the lottery. This perception is often overstated because the media only focus on the winners as Dan Gilbert convincingly points out in his talk on why we make bad decsions.