Corruption Diagnosis and Treatment

In recent years, anticorruption has become a major industry, with global expenditures growing to an estimated one hundred million dollars per year.1 To date, however, few successes have resulted from this investment. We clearly speak more about corruption than we used to and spend more money combating it, but there is little evidence that all this activity is accomplishing much.
Why do so many anticorruption initiatives fail? Can a more successful approach be built based on the very few successes we have witnessed in recent years?

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