What works to curb political corruption? A review of the evidence base

Filed under - Politics and government

Published on 21 November 2016 as a TI Helpdesk answer
Can you provide a review of the evidence-base on what woks to curb political corruption?


This report reviews the evidence and state of knowledge on what works to fight political corruption, and proposes an evidence framework to present the main anti-corruption approaches and their outcome, identify evidence gaps and further research needs, and draw relevant policy lessons.

Author(s): David Jackson
Daniel Salgado Moreno
Reviewed by: Finn Heinrich PhD Dieter Zinnbauer PhD Marie Chene
Publication date: 21 November 2016
Number: 0

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   

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