Ask citizens why their countries aren’t developing, ask investors why they choose not to invest in some regions, and corruption is almost always the top reason. Hundreds of millions of dollars are spent annually trying to eradicate fraud and corruption worldwide, yet it’s stubbornly pervasive. Corruption doesn’t result from a lack of ethics or knowledge; it’s a workaround chosen by people with few better options. So what can decrease its lure? For new ways to make progress, read this fascinating article at https://ideas.ted.com/can-corruption-ever-be-eliminated-in-the-world-boss-tweed-and-napster-show-a-counterintuitive-path-forward/.