Anti-Corruption Measurement and Monitoring
Corruption measurement/assessment and anti-corruption monitoring and evaluation are crucial ingredients to increase our knowledge on what works and what doesn’t in the fight against corruption. To be effective anti-corruption programmes must be based on a sound foundation of corruption risk assessments or measurement of the extent that corruption has permeated the public and private institutions.
However, the issue of corruption measurement and anti-corruption monitoring and evaluation requires looking at different tools, techniques, and methods depending on what is going to be measured. There is no single formula or one-fits-all approach that will unravel the complexity of these issues. In this page, users will find different tools, methods and practices developed by different organizations and countries.
Manual on Corruption Surveys
Manual on Corruption Surveys 2018 “Manual on Corruption Surveys: Methodological guidelines on the measurement of bribery and other corruption-related topics through sample surveys” highlights the value of producing experience-based statistical information on corruption and provides countries with methodological and operational guidelines for developing and implementing population- and business-based sample surveys to measure the prevalence of […]
User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption and Anti-Corruption
User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption and Anti-Corruption 2015 The Guide intends to respond to the increasing demand from a wide range of stakeholders for updated guidance on measuring both corruption and its absence, specifically the phenomena of transparency, accountability, and integrity. Because much of the regularly collected data on corruption and anti-corruption is concerned […]
Practitioners’ Guide to Capacity Assessment of Anti-Corruption Agencies
Practitioners’ Guide to Capacity Assessment of Anti-Corruption Agencies October 2011 UNDP has developed a methodology for assessing capacities of anti-corruption agencies to perform preventive functions. The Methodology has been utilized in conducting capacity assessment of anti-corruption bodies in Montenegro, Kosovo, Turkey. The methodology, which is currently being expanded and tested to include the assessment of those anti-corruption […]
A User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption
A User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption September 2008 A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption, jointly produced by UNDP and Global Integrity, is one of the first attempts to explore how best to use existing tools to measure what is increasingly viewed as one of the major impediments to development: corruption. This publication aims to contribute to […]
A Trainer’s Manual on Measuring Corruption at the Country Level
A Trainer’s Manual on Measuring Corruption at the Country Level May 2009 This manual offers hands on tools and guidance to measuring corruption at the country level. Based on the Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption (2008), it has been developed to help meet the growing global demand for capacity development in this area. The manual is written for […]