Corruption in Australia – surely not

When we think of corruption, we often think of third world countries, however, a recent survey by the Australian National University has found that Australians are deeply concerned about corruption in their own backyard and how it affects public policy.

Adam Graycar is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Research School of Social Sciences at A.N.U. and he spoke to Angus Randall about a public lecture on the subject at 6.00 pm this evening at Flinders University.

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Producer: India Hooi



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