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Name: Vipin Vijay Nair
Organization: O. P. Jindal Global University
Title: Assistant Professor
What initially attracted you to the world of financial crime prevention? What keeps you here now?
The interest to know about the increase in economic offenses and the difference in behavior and motivation of economic offenders motivated me to study the discipline further.
I started understanding the intricacies and further started to advocate and educate the same to university students for their awareness
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