A user's guide to measuring corruption
This guide is based on more than thirty interviews with individuals from dozens of countries who are working on corruption and governance reforms, including government officials, development practitioners, donor representatives and multilateral specialists. It explains the strengths and limitations of different measurement approaches, and provides practical guidance on how to use the indicators and data generated by corruption measurement tools to identify entry points for anti-corruption programming.
Some of the areas covered include:
- Critical Review
- Voices from the Trenches
- Good Practices & Case Studies