Mariano Mosquera: Preventing Corruption
Mariano Mosquera, is an Edmond J. Safra Network Fellow at Harvard University and Postdoctoral Fellow of the National University of Cordoba. He is a professor of Ethics and Access to Public Information of the National University of Córdoba and professor of Public Policy at the Catholic University of Cordoba.
- Different places in the world have different concepts of corruption.
- A lot of corruption is created by poorly conceived or implemented laws.
- Some actions may be legal but should be still be considered institutional corruption.
- Just trying to catch corrupt individuals doesn’t work; we need to change the rules that incentivize or allow corruption.
- If you can anticipate corruption you can help prevent it.
- Rather than immediately reporting corruption, sometimes it’s better to simply steer the conversation another way.
- Mariano Mosquera’s website
- Harvard articles by Mariano Mosquera
- How We Do Things Around Here To Get Results, with Kent Rhodes (episode 144)
- Eight Ways To Use Power For Good (episode 154)
- Use Power for Good and Not Evil, with Dacher Keltner (episode 254)
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