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DataSet 2011 Humanitarian Response Index
Since 2007, DARA’s Humanitarian Response Index (HRI) has provided an independent assessment on how well donor governments apply the GHD Principles with the aim of improving the quality, effectiveness, transparency and accountability of governments’ aid. The HRI 2011 report indicates that government’s humanitarian aid budgets are not being maximised effectively to the detriment of vulnerable populations. The fact that most of the crises analysed were predictable reveals the international community’s inability to address chronic vulnerability by strengthening resilience and increasing capacity for prevention and preparedness, as demonstrated by the famine in the Horn of Africa. The HRI 2011 also found that gender remains more of a political commitment than a practical reality.
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DataSet Development, Aid and Governance Indicators
This interactive database of aid indicators is based on research by Brookings experts from the Development Assistance and Governance Initiative, in collaboration with others. It allows users to view and interact with a variety of indicators and measures related to international development, aid and governance, and explore the relationships among them. Examples of indicators include aid quality, aid risks and governance.
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DataSet Putting Corruption Out of Business
Transparency International carried out a survey of 3,000 business people in 30 diverse countries around the world. The survey was conducted from May-July 2011 and asked business people not just for their views on bribery and corruption, but also on what works to stop corruption in the private sector and what the business community can do to put corruption out of business. An interactive website set up to showcase the findings allows users to compare the data across countries, sectors, gender of respondent and more. Please see link for more details.
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DataSet Octet Stream OpenTED Datastore - European Procurement data
OpenTED releases updated data extracts from the European procurement database, Tenders Electronic Daily (TED). The data on this site is machine-readable CSV, ready for examination by journalists and others. As researchers have recently started looking into procurement data to compare the efficiency and effects of various procurement mechanisms, this ready to use, detailed and Europe-wide database should allow for further investigations in various aspects of procurement at the European level. More information on the background of OpenTED can be found here : http://openspending.org/blog/2013/05/27/Procurement-Hac-Recap.html
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DataSet Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index
The purpose of this study is to provide solid data through which all defence companies can embed zero tolerance of corruption. Transparency International UK (TI-UK) used readily available public information to assess companies against the 34 questions. The draft analysis was then sent to the company for comment: this was the company’s opportunity to guide TI-UK towards other publicly available information that may have been missed, and/or to provide additional internal information. The results of the assessments for companies based on public information are presented in our index. Where companies provided internal information, TI-UK reviewed and discussed the documents with the company. The results of this exercise, showing the impact of this information, are presented separately.
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DataSet Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index (GI)
This Index is the first global analysis of corruption risk in defence establishments worldwide. We aim to give governments, armed forces, civil society and citizens the tools to avoid the dangers and inefficiencies that corruption in defence brings. Each of the 82 countries was assessed by an independent researcher, using a questionnaire of 77 questions. The assessor scored each question from 0-4, and provided a narrative response to explain that score. These assessments were peer reviewed. We also invited the government to review their assessments and provide further information. Based on these assessments, each country was placed in a band, from A to F, and given scores in five risk areas: political, financial, personnel, operations, and procurement risk.
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ANTICORRP News
ANTICORRP is a new large-scale research project funded by the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Program. It´s central objective is to investigate factors that promote or hinder the development of effective anti-corruption policies.
Research Article Why some countries perform better in controlling corruption?
Why are some national constituencies satisfied with how their states control corruption, and others not?
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Blog Entry Troff document Fighting Corruption, What Works and What Does Not
Mungiu-Pippidi argues current anti-corruption strategies are not achieving impact
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Research Article A Perception and Exposure Local Corruption Index (PELCI): Egyptian experience
The suggested Perception and Exposure Local Corruption index (PELCI), is a composite index of two indices (PLCI and ELCI) reflecting perception of and exposure to corruption. Each index addresses several aspects of corruption. These four aspects are the result of a qualitative expert opinion analysis based on a subjective analysis carried out by a number of sociologists and political scientists. The analysis can reflect a framework of corruption in Egyptian society but is not necessarily universal. Other societies can use different types and numbers of manifestations to produce their own index.
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