Conflicts of Interest in a Post-Trump Era

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Donald Trump has averaged 2.5 conflicts of interest during each day of his presidency. In a classic Watergate-era Doonesbury, Mark asks a rhetorical question. Is it fair to judge the ethicality of the White House based solely on the various…

Why It’s Important to Know Who the Victims of Corruption Are

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One of the more complex and instructive business scandals of the 1980s concerned fraud in the sale of specialty pipe.

The Lucifer Effect

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The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil by Philip Zimbardo Random House Publishing Group, 1st Ed. Reprint (2008) (public library) Summarized by Joshua Elle Overview In a compelling story of his own life's journey, Phil…


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INTRODUCTION Corruption Perceptions Index 2012, via Transparency International. Countries in red are perceived as more corrupt than those in yellow. Corruption allocates resources and opportunities in ways that are unfair and inefficient. ​Transparency…