LSE IQ podcast: Is corruption inevitable?

What we label corruption is in many ways how we've always lived our lives.
- Michael Muthukrishna
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Bribery, extortion, cronyism, nepotism – corruption comes in many forms, with varying levels of legality, it costs countries trillions of dollars per year and causes great damage to a nation’s economic prosperity and reputation. Yet despite regular pledges of governments around the world to combat it, corruption still flourishes.

In this episode of our award-winning LSE IQ podcast, Jess Winterstein asks: 'Is corruption inevitable?' She talks to LSE's Michael Muthukrishna, Sandra Sequeira and Jonathan Weigel.

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