Choice architecture / India protest / China-U.S. cooperation

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Behavioral Economics, Punishment, and Faith in the Fight Against Corruption (commentary).  "Policymakers…look to improve what is called 'choice architecture,' using myriad tools to prod people to do the right thing, including information, incentives, and positive feedback to those who comply with the law."

Roberto de Michele/Global Anticorruption Blog: https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2016/10/27/guest-post-behavioral-economics-punishment-and-faith-in-the-fight-against-corruption/


What are the biggest drivers for people protest in India?
  Poor quality of schools and corruption are the two biggest motivators for people to take political action in India, according to a recent study conducted by Pew Research Center on global attitudes and trends.

Gyan Varma/Livemint: http://www.livemint.com/Politics/wyBFaszrJY0c3KJZjiUPPJ/Education-corruption-biggest-drivers-for-people-protest-Pe.html


Chinese paper says China, U.S. to step up anti-graft cooperation
.  China and the United States are in "advanced negotiations" on returning to China five of its most wanted corruption suspects who have fled to the United States, a Chinese state-run newspaper said.

Reuters: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-corruption-usa-idUSKCN12Q07O?il=0

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