How to Fight Corruption

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What do we know about anti-corruption campaigns?  Which ones have worked?

 

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TRUE!

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It is similar to war on drugs, or against money launders, very easy to turn into police state procedures and be misused to control people and suppress liberties

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What about governments bribing governments and I am not even just talking about western democracies. They help keeping corruption up. I also still believe that corruption is sometimes supported by culture. Family ties in Africa and Thailand's rip off culture. They foster corruption and hamper growth by reducing productive trades.

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Punishments are seldom effective as example because for every caught there are 100 with impunity so the cost/benefit is still low, that is the case of Brazil where most of corrupts was not touched and many people sees punishment as image cleaning. Better prevention is to suppress opportunities of discretionary power to politicians

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It seems that Putin is using the "Publicity" and "Increasing Penalties" approach these days: http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21567384-vladimir-putin-has-initiat...
Maybe he thinks that it works!

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