December 10, 2012 by SocProf
It’s that time of the year, again, when Transparency International puts out its famous Corruption Perceptions Index. Here is the 2012 edition (no surprise though): CPI 2012 from SocProf on Vimeo. Do go explore the data more in depth at the site itself.
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December 10, 2012 by SocProf and tagged Population, Public Policy
Who could indeed have guessed that policy decision, dumb ones at that, would have real consequences? “When state lawmakers passed a two-year budget in 2011 that moved $73 million from family planning services to other programs, the goal was largely political: halt the flow of taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood clinics. Now they are facing the policy […]
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