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Corruption and Parking Tickets

Statistics can be a wonderfully subversive tool.  Take this discussion by Andrew Gelman of a paper by Ray Fisman and Ted Miguel of the correlation between unpaid parking tickets of United Nations delegates and the level of corruption in their countries.  I think someone should publish league tables!

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