277: How to Prevent Corruption, with Mariano Mosquera
Published December 26, 2016
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    Mariano Mosquera: Preventing Corruption
    Mariano Mosquera, is an Edmond J. Safra Network Fellow at Harvard University and Postdoctoral Fellow of the National University of Cordoba. He is a professor of Ethics and Access to Public Information of the National University of Córdoba and professor of Public Policy at the Catholic University of Cordoba.
    Key Points

    Different places in the world have different concepts of corruption.
    A lot of corruption is created by poorly conceived or implemented laws.
    Some actions may be legal but should be still be considered institutional corruption.
    Just trying to catch corrupt individuals doesn’t work; we need to change the rules that incentivize or allow corruption.
    If you can anticipate corruption you can help prevent it.
    Rather than immediately reporting corruption, sometimes it’s better to simply steer the conversation another way.

    Resources Mentioned

    Mariano Mosquera’s website
    Harvard articles by Mariano Mosquera

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