You can't understand the world today if you don't understand corruption. Every day, we see high-level government officials resigning, governments changing, hundreds of thousands of people standing in squares, holding up signs, and often risking their lives to protest the corruption in the world. It's critically important to the health of our societies to understand what people are protesting against. We want to understand corruption. This course is designed to teach you about what corruption is, what causes corruption, the effects of corruption, and how to control corruption. We'll be talking about this from a global perspective using examples from all over the world. We'll also be talking about corruption from the perspective of countries, governments, businesses, citizens, and the people within these entities. At the end of this course, you'll have a better understanding of why the world is changing according to the path of corruption. If you're in a position to make changes within your respective entity, to make decisions about corruption, you'll be able to make better decisions.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CORRUPTION
For a forensic professional like me, at a nascent stage in my career, this course is a stepping stone. Wonderful material and final assignment.
Very interesting course and professor Nichols is very likeable. The one thing I would improve is the quality of the notes.
Very detailed and presented in an easy to follow manner with many examples and stories to help the learners better understand. Thank you
Paul is incredible! I have no words to express my thankfulness to you for sharing your knowledge in such an objetive way, which made it powerful. You are a gift to the world!
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