Dr Toke Aidt is Director of Studies in Economics at Jesus College, Cambridge as well as Director of the Keynes Fund.
In this episode we discuss
Why some economists believe corruption can be a force for good, or at least a lesser evil
Why Toke believes this view does not hold up to scrutiny
And how self-reinforcing cycles of corruption can make tackling it very hard (but also rewarding)
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