Fighting corruption for profit

by Jason Sharman

A procession of corruption scandals making the headlines around the world may be a good thing: they signal the public is less and less inclined to tolerate high-level graft. Yet despite the introduction of tough new legislation, the vast majority of corrupt officials, many of them in high office, get away with their crimes. Distasteful as it may sound to some, outsourcing the fight against corruption to private agencies may prove the most effective solution.