Institute for Ethics
People in countries with high corruption rates are too cynical about all anti-corruption initiatives. However, there is hope in this Internet age.
Anticorruption forces have to organize and raise a collective voice against corruption.
There is one more component: in our own personal life all of us need to refrain from participating in or benefiting from direct or indirect corruption.
A greater awareness of the harm caused by corruption is needed.
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Vinod's latest books:
World Scientific, Singapore and Hackensack, NJ.
HANDS-ON INTERMEDIATE ECONOMETRICS USING R (2008) World Scientific, Singapore and Hackensack, NJ. Links to Errata and Exercises.
Conferences Organized by Vinod:
June 2, 2011
June 18-19, 2009
Aug-1-3, 2005 Conference on Entrepreneurship and Human Rights
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Phone: 718-817-4065, Secry: 718-817-4048 or 4044
Preparing for the Worst:
Incorporating Downside Risk in Stock Market Investments.
Typos in the book
Free Software Tools by Vinod in R, GAUSS language and some math-typing tricks in MS-Word.
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