A Theory of Corruption

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There is no greater scourge that affects the proper functioning of any economic system than corruption. Tragically, corruption is pervasive in developing nations. It is found often on the part of public officials who delay the issuance or processing of public documents unless a monetary inducement is offered. More

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Review by: harsh vora on March 16, 2012 : (no rating)
I am disappointed by this book. I was looking for reasonable arguments explaining corruption and its solutions based on ECONOMICAL and PUBLIC POLICY grounds. This book is 80% theological and uses Christian arguments against corruption. I was not looking for religious thoughts. I just wasted $3! A better information (synopsis) would have been helpful for readers like me to decide prior to purchasing.
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