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  • Joël Stauber

Redefining corruption’s measurement: A way for more efficient markets and safer investments

Updated: Feb 15

With the increasing importance of ethics and social sustainability in our societies, financial services must adapt in order to remain appealing. Despite its critical importance, financial experts frequently overlook corruption.

Understanding and incorporating corruption as a parameter for investment decisions, on the other hand, may open up enormous opportunities. However, in order to do so, we must first develop reliable measurement techniques. Thus, this article praises for a better consideration of corruption by the financial sector, explaining its significance, the huge opportunities it may provide, and the challenges that would allow those progresses

Redifining Corruption's Measurement
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