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Measuring corruption

Lilia CaraИ™ciuc

Measuring corruption

from survey to survey

by Lilia CaraИ™ciuc

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Published by Transparency International Moldova in Chisinau .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political corruption -- Moldova -- Public opinion,
  • Medical care -- Corrupt practices -- Moldova -- Public opinion,
  • Public opinion -- Moldova,
  • Moldova -- Officials and employees -- Public opinion

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMăsuram corupția.
    StatementLilia Carasciuc, Ianina Spinei, Andrei Turcan.
    ContributionsSpinei, Ianina., Turcan, Andrei.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJN6685.A55 C627 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1-2> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23734541M
    ISBN 109975800289, 9975800815
    ISBN 109789975800280, 9789975800815
    LC Control Number2008418808

    They measure actual experiences of corruption, rather than perceptions of corruption, and can include official data(such as reported cases of corruption, conviction figures, electoral scrutiny findings) and experience-based sample surveys (which collect data on the experience of representative samples of a given population). Acknowledgments AUTHOR Stephanie E. Trapnell MANAGING EDITORS Hazel Feigenblatt, Global Integrity Diana Torres, UNDP EDITORS Anga R. Timilsina, UNDP Users Guide t’ o Measuring Corruption and Anti-corruption was commissioned by the UNDP Global Anti-corruption Initiative (GAIN).

      A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption is one of the first attempts to systematically explore the practical challenges and opportunities of measuring what is increasingly viewed as one of the major impediments to development: corruption. Get this from a library! Measuring corruption. [C J G Sampford;] -- In this book, Transparency International's world-renowned "corruption perception index" and "bribery perception index" are explained and examined by a group of experts. They set out to establish to.

      Corruption, a crime and a very complex multi-faceted phenomenon, is commonly defined as a misuse of entrusted power for private gain has numerous forms. The flurry of studies and researches is still unable to fully comprehend the multifarious aspects that it exhibits in its numerous forms, Author: Alia Ahmed. A Users' Guide to Measuring Corruption.


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They set out to establish to what extent they are reliable measures of corruption and whether a series of surveys can measure changes in corruption and the effectiveness of anti-corruption 5/5(1). A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption and Anti-corruption was commissioned by the UNDP Global Anti-corruption Initiative (GAIN) and published in September It presents a series of methodologies, tools and practices that have been used and validated by the anti-corruption community over the last few years.

A USERS’ GUIDE TO MEASURING CORRUPTION. 1 3 5 11 14 20 24 30 33 43 44 47 51 53 55 55 58 59 62 64 This guide is a product of ongoing conversations with the larger com- munity of anti-corruption and governance practitioners, researchers, policy makers and donors.

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Since the mid-nineties, we have undertaken various projects to measure corruption at the aggregate and disaggregated level. TI’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) is the best known of our tools (see animation above).

First launched in it has been widely credited with putting the issue of corruption on the international policy agenda. The CPI measures the perceived levels of public sector corruption in countries and territories around the world. Measuring corruption is difficult, and this chapter begins by explaining how the secretive and consensual nature of corruption tends to put it outside conventional crime statistics.

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