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Announcing: Hacking iCorruption, March 27-29

March 2, 2015

Please join us for Hacking iCorruption, a multidisciplinary event to fix the systemic, legal corruption that is weakening our public institutions around the world. Organized by the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University at the MIT Center for Civic Media.

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Can Proportionality Distinguish Quid Pro Quo Corruption?

by Christopher Robertson

Kudos to Maggie McKinley, Climenko Fellow and former Lab Fellow, and to Network Fellow Thomas Groll for an impressive blogpost. They argue in a mixed-methods design—drawing on both qualitative data and formal analysis—that much of what lobbyists do isn't really quid pro quo corruption, notwithstanding the appearances.

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