- Editors Pick (36)
- Corruption perceptions vs. corruption reality A recent article by Olken illustrates the limitations of relying solely on corruption perceptions, whether in designing anti-corruption policies or in conducting empirical research on corruption. The paper examines the accuracy of corruption perceptions by comparing Indonesian villagers' reported perceptions about corruption in a road-building project in their village with a more objective measure of ‘missing expenditures’ in the project. Read More...
- The State of Governance in Bangladesh in 2009: Entitlement, Responsiveness, Sustainability The Institute of Governance Studies at BRAC University has recently published four summary reports from its annual publication, the State of Governance in Bangladesh. The State of Governance is the only governance report published on Bangladesh from Bangladesh. The summary reports deal with: the use of information technology to improve public service delivery to the poor, the energy sector, food security and labour migration. These reports offer excellent illustrations of the challenges of implementing good governance measures in a developing country with very limited capacity and resources. Read More...
Private Commercial Bribery
This publication is the result of a collaboration between the International Chamber of Commerce and the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. Thirteen country reports examine the laws of private sector bribery with regards to criminal, civil and administrative measures. In terms of criminal law, the reports reflect the lack of a uniform and systematic approach to the phenomenon of private sector bribery. In contrast to the criminalization of bribery of public officials, the criminalization of private sector bribery is growing at a slower pace. There is no unanimity about the interests that criminal laws protect which range from corporate assets to free competition and loyalty in the employment relationship.
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- Transparency in Political Finance in Bangladesh Complementing established assessment methodologies with innovative field experiments this research initiative takes a close and very practical look at the standards and practices governing transparency and accountability in party and campaign financing systems in Bangladesh. Findings highlight poor performance in bookkeeping, reporting, reliability of reporting, public disclosure, and related sanctions. Read More...
- Corruption in Afghanistan: Bribery as reported by the victims This report is based on results from a sample survey conducted in rural and urban areas of Afghanistan. The survey covered 12 provincial capitals and more than 1,600 villages across the country: overall more than 7,600 people were randomly selected and interviewed. The survey was conducted between August and October 2009 and it recorded the real experiences, as reported by respondents, in terms of bribes paid and contacts with public officials in the 12 months before the survey. Read More...
World Development Indicators 2011
The primary World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially-recognized international sources, the World Development Indicators (WDI) is the World Bank's flagship statistical publication and establishes the benchmark against which development progress is measured. This 15th edition of WDI in its current format, aims to provide relevant, high-quality, internationally comparable statistics about development and the quality of people’s lives around the globe. It focuses on the impact of the decision to make data freely available under an open license and with better online tools. The section introductions discuss key issues in measuring the economic and social phenomena described in the tables and charts and introduce new sources of data. It includes more than 900 indicators in more than 90 tables organized in 6 sections: World View, People, Environment, Economy, States and Markets, and Global Links. The data includes national, regional and global estimates.
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- Courses (11)
- Transnational Anti-Corruption Laws (Australian National University) The course focuses on international anti-corruption law and practice from an Australian perspective. It examines in detail transnational bribery laws and enforcement regimes in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom. Read More...
- Preventing Corruption in Health Programs (Boston University, School of Public Health) This course is designed to provide students with skills for assessing vulnerabilities to corruption in the health sector. It aims to build the confidence, knowledge and skills needed to become an effective advocate for anti-corruption strategies and health system reforms that promote accountability and transparency. Read More...
- Corruption and Anti-Corruption (Australian National University) A graduate level course at the School of Philosophy, this course aims to give students a good theoretical understanding of the ethical issues informing central and current understanding of corruption and anti-corruption, and of some key philosophical issues of importance to applied ethics more generally. Read More...
- Corruption and Anti-Corruption (Policy & Governance, Australian National University) This 5 day intensive course looks at the theory and practice of corruption, and the design of agencies and campaigns to combat it. It is designed and taught with the New South Wales independent Commission Against Corruption, the first such agency created in Australia. It draws on research done in the Crawford School on Corruption in the Pacific with the NGO Transparency International. It also draws on research done by the ICAC on the effectiveness of its prevention activities, and on anti-corruption expertise within in the Federal government. Read More...
- Politics and Corruption (University of Chittagong, Bangladesh) This course has been offered to the 4th year B.S.S. Honours students in the department of Political Science at the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh, since 2006. Developed by Professor Muhammad Yeahia Akhter, it looks at global and domestic trends in political corruption and their impact on development, with a special emphasis on Bangladesh. Read More...
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