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Geohazards: Death by Corruption

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Corruption is a concept we’re all aware of. It pervades all aspects of our economy and can often have disastrous consequences. Every year almost $1 trillion is lost to corruption and illicit financial flows. In this talk I will introduce the characteristics of corruption, how it is measured and discuss the global distribution of corrupt practices. I will discuss the subtle relationship between corruption and deaths in natural disasters and suggest possible ways to combat it and, thus, save lives and improve livelihoods.

This talk is part of the Stokes Society, Pembroke College series.

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