Technical report describing main survey results

Type: · Author(s): Monika Bauhr, Carl Dahlström, Marcia Grimes, Maria Gustavson, Victor Lapuente · Published:
Without strong and well-functioning accountability systems, corruption moves in and risks becoming the modus operandi in political and public life. While a simple proposition in the abstract, accountability systems may encompass a panoply of government rules, organizational structures, modes of operation, agencies, offices and mandates, and the effectiveness of these may be contingent upon the […] Read More

Case Studies on Gender and Corruption: the Link Between Gender and Corruption in Europe

Type: · Author(s): Lena Wängnerud · Published:
This report, focusing the link between gender and corruption in Europe, gives an overview of theoretical debates on the role of the gender perspective and adds new knowledge through a number of cross-country comparative studies and case-studies at the subnational level. Readers are guided through important findings in international research following the initial studies in […] Read More

Integrated dataset with data from WP 11

Type: · Author(s): Quality of Government Institute · Published:
The documents made available here present a description of the data and sample for all regional level data collected and used in the WP5 and WP11 ANTICORRP project to date. The primary source paper for each variable is included by the variable name where applicable. The dataset is provided in Excel format and can be easily transferred […] Read More

Survey, results – national and regional level, and Extensive descriptive report on the methodology, results and analysis of the European Quality of Government Index data

Type: · Author(s): Nicholas Charron · Published:
This report outlines the results of a recent survey within the ANTICORRP project led by WP5, a survey intended to capture the ‘quality of government’ (QOG) – e.g. quality, level of corruption (perceived and experienced) and the extent to which public services are allocated impartially in 20 EU countries Turkey, Serbia, and Ukraine. The purpose […] Read More