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The Why of Corruption Rankings

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[bit.ly/dsia02f] Part F of lecture 2 on Descriptive Statistics: An Islamic Approach. Discusses how corruption rankings were created to shift blame for failure of capitalist development models to the poor countries, instead of the bad model. Explains how these rankings are counter-productive in terms increasing, rather than decreasing, corruption.

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[bit.ly/dsia02f] Part F of lecture 2 on Descriptive Statistics: An Islamic Approach. Discusses how corruption rankings were created to shift blame for failure of capitalist development models to the poor countries, instead of the bad model. Explains how these rankings are counter-productive in terms increasing, rather than decreasing, corruption.


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