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9780670083565 60ad083bda44d5f9df854b0c The Corruption Conundrum and Other Paradoxes and Dilemmas //cdn.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad083cda44d5f9df854b31/webp/9780670083565-us.jpg How can you be ‘a well-known secret agent'? Why is ‘the only voting method that isn't flawed a dictatorship'? How is it that ‘corruption is universally disapproved of, and yet universally practised'? The world of dilemmas and paradoxes touch our lives on a regular basis. In The Corruption Conundrum and Other Paradoxes and Dilemmas, V. Raghunathan, the author of the bestseller Games Indians Play, shares the charms of some of the more interesting examples allowing us to delight in the excitement, mystery, confusion, exasperation and that occasional flash of clarity and enlightenment often experienced when the world of paradoxes and dilemmas hits our own. The book takes the reader through some of the fascinating illustrations, classical and well known as well as the less common examples, in the field of management, finance and work life. Can two positives make a negative? Sample a charming little paradox discussed in the book—the blackmail paradox. ‘It is perfectly legal if you gossip, reveal or threaten to reveal somebody's secret (unless of course you are bound by a non-disclosure agreement). It is also perfectly legal to ask that somebody for some money. But if you undertake a combination of the two acts, each perfectly legal by itself, with respect to somebody, well you are a criminal, a blackmailer!' Following the same easy, readable style of his previous besseller, Games Indians Play, this new book should make absorbing reading and will certainly make you more curious about the world that surrounds us. 9780670083565
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The Corruption Conundrum and Other Paradoxes and Dilemmas

The Corruption Conundrum and Other Paradoxes and Dilemmas

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How can you be ‘a well-known secret agent'? Why is ‘the only voting method that isn't flawed a dictatorship'? How is it that ‘corruption is universally disapproved of, and yet universally practised'? The world of dilemmas and paradoxes touch our lives on a regular basis. In The Corruption Conundrum and Other Paradoxes and Dilemmas, V. Raghunathan, the author of the bestseller Games Indians Play, shares the charms of some of the more interesting examples allowing us to delight in the excitement, mystery, confusion, exasperation and that occasional flash of clarity and enlightenment often experienced when the world of paradoxes and dilemmas hits our own. The book takes the reader through some of the fascinating illustrations, classical and well known as well as the less common examples, in the field of management, finance and work life. Can two positives make a negative? Sample a charming little paradox discussed in the book—the blackmail paradox. ‘It is perfectly legal if you gossip, reveal or threaten to reveal somebody's secret (unless of course you are bound by a non-disclosure agreement). It is also perfectly legal to ask that somebody for some money. But if you undertake a combination of the two acts, each perfectly legal by itself, with respect to somebody, well you are a criminal, a blackmailer!' Following the same easy, readable style of his previous besseller, Games Indians Play, this new book should make absorbing reading and will certainly make you more curious about the world that surrounds us.

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