In September of this year, the New York Times published an article entitled “Studies Find More Students Cheating, With High Achievers No Exception.”
The article reaffirmed a widely known the truth about what has become an increasing problem in America’s higher education system.… Continue Reading
Results of a recent survey strongly suggest China’s real-estate sector is straining under a massive burden of bribery.
One hundred and thirty-four property developers from three provincial capitals — Wuhan (Hubei Province), Guangzhou (Guangdong Province), and Nanjing (Jiangsu Province) — participated in the survey, which was run by Zhang Hongxia, an assistant professor at Hubei University of Education.… Continue Reading
But Laurence Cockcroft leaves math and wonkiness behind (no small feat for an economist) and delivers a great narrative.… Continue Reading
An article in the National Review Friday slammed the FCPA and the DOJ’s enforcement of it.
And it cast Wal-Mart as a victim of an unclear law, forced to pay at least $100 million so far for an unnecessary internal investigation, and potentially on the hook for much more because of what it called facilitating payments to low-level bureaucrats in Mexico.… Continue Reading