In his most recent column in the Lebanon Daily Star, Hiram Chodosh, Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, explores the causes and manifestations of corruption. “Disbursements of power, attention to incentives, and ethical approaches to norms that frustrate corruption are all important dimensions in understanding and discouraging corruption,” he contends.
“Without [understanding] underlying factors that lead to corrupt practices, we cannot develop an effective strategy to combat corrupt behavior,” Chodosh writes.
Chodosh is a regular contributor to the Daily Star.