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Below you can find a selection of datasets – including the Corruption Perceptions Index – that can be shared and used freely. Anyone can extract, download, and make copies of this data, and may also share that information with third parties. There is no charge for this, and you do not need to ask us for permission – we simply ask that the data is not changed and is attributed to us as “Source: Transparency International”.
 

  • Corruption Perceptions Index (1995-2015)
  • Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing the world's largest companies (2014)
  • Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing emerging market multinationals (2013)


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