Viet Nam corporate reporting / Myanmar corruption targets / Corrupt face research

Transparency in Corporate Reporting (Resource).  The report by Toward Transparency in Viet Nam investigates the extent of information published by the 45 largest companies on anti-corruption programme, organisation structure and key financial information.

Toward Transparency: https://towardstransparency.vn/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/TTs-BC-TRAC-2018-Trang-17-8-2018-EN-1.pdf

 

Panel says it’s targeting corruption, not specific people.  The Anti-Corruption Commission Myanmar is not targeting certain people or organizations but is focused on eliminating corruption because it causes poverty in Myanmar, the country’s chief graft buster said.

Chan Thar/Myanmar Times: https://www.mmtimes.com/news/panel-says-its-targeting-corruption-not-specific-people.html

 

Corruption is hard to hide if you're a politician whose face is wide (Research).  The new Caltech study is the first to show that observers have a knack for picking out corrupt politicians based on just a portrait and that observers perceive politicians with wider faces as more corruptible.

California Institute of Technology/Science Daily: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/09/180912144411.htm

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