Corruption Essay Topics

Comparative Study Of Corruption Study

ABSTRACT             Having Nordic countries consistently on top of the CPIs least corrupt countries for years, there must be something in this culture and tradition that make them highly regarded as having a clean and honest government. Based on the 2006 Corruption Perception Index, Finland and Iceland are the top two least corrupt countries while… View Article

Police Corruption

Introduction Police corruption must be taken into account as a likely social cost of the legislative creation of ‘victimless’ crimes: this is a generally accepted conclusion of extensive academic and official investigations, which has had a significant impact on discussions of gambling control policy in the USA (Morin Commission 1976: 40-2). Such willingness to discuss… View Article

Police Corruption

Corruption is a complex problem having its roots and ramifications in society as a whole. Corruption is defined as “improper or selfish exercise of power and influence attached to a public office or to a special position one occupies in public life” Definition of corruption is sufficiently broad to include a range of such activities:… View Article

Corruption and dishonesty in political circles

Stories about corruption and dishonesty in political circles always collar all media attention. At one hand, media as the watchdog of democracy has the moral and ethical obligation to inform the citizen about alleged misuses of office by elected representatives. Furthermore, media has the obligation to investigate such stories in detail and submit the fullest… View Article

Corruption and Bribery

Definitions Bribery is a white collar crime in which money, a favor or something else of value is promised to, given to, or taken from an individual or corporation in an attempt to sway his or its views, opinions, or decisions. Corruption – is the use of public’s delegated power in personal or close standing… View Article

Incident in Indian history

There is a very famous incident in Indian history which serves as lesson for all rulers for all the times, some rulers take positive cues from it, mend their ways, treat themselves as servants of public and keep public interest above theirs while others who are drunk with power and arrogant in behavior, refuse to… View Article

Police Corruption

There is much seriousness about the issue of white-collar crime. What is white-collar crime you may ask. White-collar is defined as, ‘a generic term for crimes involving commercial fraud, cheating consumers, swindles, insider trading on the stock market, embezzlement and other forms of dishonest business schemes. The term comes from the out of date assumption… View Article

How Can High Levels of Corruption in Central and Eastern Europe Be Explained

What impact does it have on societies at large? Corruption constitutes a significant part of politics in Eastern Europe to the extent that “talking about corruption is the way post- communist public talks about politics, economy about past and future” (Krastov, p 43). Transparency International defines corruption as “a misuse of public power for the… View Article

Corruption as Necessary Evil

* Whenever I think of our developing India, a question that haunts me is “Will I be able to visualize a vivid, corruption-free and self-reliable INDIA. ? * my question remain unanswered many times but in due course of time I came to know of several facts that depict the helpless conditions of a common… View Article

Bribery Cases

U.K. Solicitor and Former Salesman Also Sentenced for Participation in Scheme to Bribe Nigerian Government Officials WASHINGTON – Albert “Jack” Stanley, a former chairman and chief executive officer of Kellogg, Brown & Root Inc. (KBR), was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by participating… View Article

Bribery and Corruption

Bribery and Corruption: Is Signing the OECD Convention Enough? Before the 1990’s, the conventional belief was that corruption in developing countries was practically inevitable and in some cases even desirable. However, a more in-depth investigation into this issue suggests that bribery and corruption can cause significant problems for all parties involved. For example, for suppliers… View Article

India Against Corruption

According to the Oxford Dictionary, corruption is dishonesty and illegal behavior by people in positions of authority or power. India was ranked 94th out of 176 countries in Transparency International’s, Corruption Perception Index, 2012 on 5th December, 2012. Most of us may have had, at some point or the other in our life, a firsthand… View Article

The Progressive Movement: Which Reform Was Most Successful?

Though the progressives were successful in several areas, exposing corruption was their greatest success. The results of this led to the revealing frauds, unfair business practices, bribery, and many other unlawful practices. Because the progressives had exposed so much corruption, average citizens would soon have the benefit of cleaner work conditions, higher wages, less voter… View Article

Corruption in India

We all know that Corruption has always been a longstanding social evil un the day to day life of every Indian citizen. The Indian government has always made anti-corruption measures available for the benefit of the citizen, but corruption has always defeated those measures and flourished. We are sure that each one of you or… View Article

The Power of Immorality

We, as sophisticated entities, inherently evaluate our identical notions of success upon the singular preface of monetary accumulation. Simply, in the society in which we reside, those with more money have more power and perceived success. Therefore, this communicable social disease has, by nature, infected the mentality to advocate for oneself, by corrupting its path… View Article