New frontiers in diagnosing and combating corruption PREM notes

  • Published 1998

Abstract

Over the past year the World Bank has helped Albania, Georgia, and Latvia meas u re corruption and design strategies to combat it and improve governance. All thre e countries are now refining and implementing these strategies. This note explains how empirical surveys can inform — a n d t r a n s f o rm—the policy dialogue, so that a workable anticorruption agenda can be established. It also highlights challenges in performing these surveys, and in translating survey results into priorities for institutional reform.

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@inproceedings{1998NewFI, title={New frontiers in diagnosing and combating corruption PREM notes}, author={}, year={1998} }