UO Forms Research Group to Study Corruption in Behavioral Perspective

Okara (HRNW)- The University of Okara has formed a Research Group including some senior faculty members from different disciplines to study conduct an institutional and evidence based study on corruption and its link with social behaviors.
At the eve of the inauguration of the Group, the Vice Chancellor University of Okara Prof. Dr. Muhammad Zakria Zakar told that corruption is not a problem of law and order but it is linked with behaviors and we need to fix behaviors in order to stem out corruption from our society.
“Corruption is deeply embedded in our social and cultural milieu. The root causes of corruption are institutional instability, lack of social security system and lack of trust in the functioning of the system”, said Dr. Zakar.

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