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Education, Ethics, Finance, Governance, Justice
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I am a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and teach International Money Laundering, Corruption and Terrorism at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. I am writing a book with a working title of“First, Let’s Kill All The Regulators: Corruption and the Decline of Civilizations (10th Century BC – 21st Century AD).” Cheating is an integral part of the book.I am joining the Network to help keep abreast of current thinking on ethics related to cheating and corruption.
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