Corruption Perceptions Index 2018

Rank

3 / 180

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index. Learn more.

Score

85 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). Learn more.

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Why corruption matters in the EU elections

What voters should know as they head to the polls.

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Models of donor coordination for managing multi-donor inputs

Historic day for whistleblowers as EU agrees pathbreaking legislation

Troika Laundromat signals a different kind of financial crisis

The Troika Laundromat investigation shines a spotlight on a cast of new and familiar characters in the ongoing saga surrounding flows of dirty money through the world’s financial system.

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Overview of oversight mechanisms of parliamentary budgets in Europe

Trouble at the top: why high-scoring countries aren’t corruption-free

For the third year running, the top seven countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index 2018 consist of the four Nordic nations – Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway – plus New Zealand, Singapore and Switzerland. Yet that doesn’t mean that these countries are corruption-free.

Western Europe and EU: stagnating anti-corruption efforts and weakening democratic institutions

With an average regional score of 66 out of 100, Western Europe and the EU are doing far better than other parts of the globe. However, for a region that prides itself on some of the most robust integrity systems in the world, the patchwork of partially overlapping national and EU-level integrity systems presents its own problems and still has a long way to go to tackle corruption effectively.

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Ineligibilities for elected office arising from criminal law decisions

International Anti-Corruption Conference opens with renewed commitments to action from governments, businesses, international orgs

Risky business: Europe’s golden visa programmes

Are EU Member States accepting too much risk in their investor migration schemes?

EU member states in race to the bottom to sell Golden Visas to the super-rich

The Azerbaijani Laundromat one year on: has justice been served?

In September last year, a massive leak of bank records from 2012 to 2014 showed that the ruling elite of Azerbaijan ran a $3 billion slush fund and an international money laundering scheme. One year on, has enough been done to hold those involved to account?

Exporting corruption, progress report 2015: assessing enforcement of the OECD Convention

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Transparency International Finland

Helsinki, Finland


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Jaakko Korhonen
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