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Survey techniques to measure and explain corruption

Ritva Reinikka

Survey techniques to measure and explain corruption

by Ritva Reinikka

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bribery.,
  • Municipal services -- Corrupt practices.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRitva Reinikka and Jakob Svensson.
    SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3071, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3071.
    ContributionsSvensson, Jakob., World Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3285476M
    LC Control Number2003616066

    Readers of "Analyzing Health Equity Using Household Survey Data" may also be interested in a new computer program known as "ADePT-Health" that automates the methods outlined in the book, allowing users to produce quickly and with a minimal risk of errors most of the tables and charts in the book. ADePT-Health will appeal to the health equity. In this book, Transparency International's (TI) world-renowned 'corruption perception index' (CPI) and 'bribery perception index' (BPI) are explained and examined by a number of experts. They set out to establish how reliable these indexes are in measuring corruption and whether a series of surveys can measure changes in corruption and the effectiveness of anti-corruption strategies.5/5(1).

    The Measurement and Impact of Corruption Victimization: Survey Evidence from Latin America MITCHELL A. SELIGSON * This paper proposes a corruption–victimization measure based on a survey re-search approach to the measurement problem, and discusses (in a non-technical fashion) its a discussion of an alternative measure of corruption. 3 The objective of this paper is to provide a rigorous and systematic survey of the empirical literature of the effects of corruption on economic growth.1 Here we try to (1) uncover whether there is a genuine relationship between corruption and growth, (2) evaluate.

    This is an indirect measure of Corruption where a sample of population is polled about their perception of the level of Corruption present in a region or service. Since the queries are general and have no reference to specific instances of Corruption, people are more forthcoming and .   In order to fight corruption take the following steps: 1 - Know the corruption: it is not red tape but also misuse of the position, unnecessary delays in work, leaking of information, not providing the information, etc. 2 - Do not support corruption: as an individual, if you are subject to bribe and you pay, means you are supporting corruption.


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Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on corruption. Survey techniques to measure and explain corruption (English) Abstract. Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on corruption.

Public expenditure tracking surveys, service provider surveys, and enterprise surveys Cited by: Get this from a library. Survey techniques to measure and explain corruption. [Ritva Reinikka; Jakob Svensson; World Bank.] -- Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on corruption.

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Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Development Research. Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with these surveys permit measurement of corruption at the appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it level of individual agents, such as schools, health clinics, is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on or firms.

They also permit the study of mechanisms corruption. Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on corruption. Public expenditure tracking surveys, service provider surveys, and enterprise surveys are highlighted with several applications.

Using Micro-Surveys to Measure and Explain Corruption RITVA REINIKKA World Bank and JAKOB SVENSSON * IIES Stockholm University, World Bank and CEPR Summary.

— This paper discusses survey techniques aimed at a better measurement of corruption at the micro-level and argues that with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is. Reinikka and Svensson () discuss the survey techniques aimed at a better measurement of corruption at the micro-level and claim that collecting quantitative micro-level data on corruption is.

Survey techniques to measure and explain corruption (Английский) Аннотация. Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on corruption. Public expenditure tracking surveys, service provider surveys, and enterprise Cited by: With appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, managers are willing to discuss corruption with remarkable candor.

At the same time, in order to collect reliable information on graft at the firm level, it is crucial to design an empirical strategy that gives the manager an incentive to cooperate and truthfully report their experiences Cited by: V.

Survey Results 1. Corruption Evaluation In the November survey, respondents ranked corruption fifth among the most important problems3 in Mongolia. In the survey ofcorruption ranked second after unemployment (unemployment has ranked first among national problems in File Size: 1MB.

Survey Techniques to Measure and Explain Corruption Reinikka, Ritva; Svensson, Jakob () Reinikka and Svensson demonstrate that, with appropriate survey methods and interview techniques, it is possible to collect quantitative micro-level data on corruption.

Corruption measures divide into those based on a survey and those derived from empirical data. Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index is surely the most well-known survey measure, but it is only one type of survey-based measure, that based on perceptions, or attitude, or opinions.

The second type of survey measure draws on. Measuring Corruption: perspectives, critiques, and limits Paul M Heywood, University of Nottingham Introduction: the current status of corruption measures How do we measure something that is, by its very nature, largely hidden.

This is the conundrum that faces all who have attempted to develop a means of measuring Size: KB. 9 Corruption perCeption Survey Leste and the efforts being taken to reduce corruption. This survey targeted the Timorese public; and it generally followed the below standards accordingly: Sample Size, Frame and StratiFication: About 40 enumerators interviewed 1, Timorese from age 17 File Size: 2MB.

CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA 6 Prevalence and frequency of bribery at the national level, urban/rural areas and by zone, Nigeria, Nigerians consider bribery the third most important problem facing their country The above findings could explain why, after the high cost of living and unemployment, Nigerians.

to “cause” corruption explain corruption perception indices holding experience constant. In particular, economic development, Protestant traditions, and to some extent democratic institutions and centralized (non-federal) governments lead to a country being perceived Cited by: Each pilot study attempted to measure the extent of corruption in a particular government agency, activity, or set of activities.

Lessons learned from the studies are reflected throughout the handbook. TOOLS FOR ASSESSING CORRUPTION & INTEGRITY IN INSTITUTIONS 3 TESTING THE METHODOLOGY COMPLEMENTARY RESOURCES.

corruption;development research group;public expenditure tracking survey;quantitative service delivery survey;efficiency of public spending;central government financial Cited by: Measuring and understanding corruption at the firm level.

With appropriate survey methods and interview techniques firm managers are willing to discuss corruption with remarkable candor.

At the same time, in order to collect reliable information on graft at the firm level it is crucial to design an empirical strategy that gives firm. The survey is designed to measure actual corruption levels in the education system in Kosovo by assessing the genuine perceptions of corruption among specific target groups that are in daily contact with education, the results provide useful insight into variousFile Size: 1MB.

Corruption, like all contested concepts, is hard to measure. That hasn’t stopped ever more organizations from trying. The most well-known of these is Transparency International (TI), a Berlin Author: Dan Hough.Corruption indices provide an assessment about the scope and the aspects of corruption in public institutions.

The Survey output has measured the level of corruption, the magnitude of corruption and service delivery ratings within the institution. To ensure that these measures are captured as required, focus and emphasis was placed onFile Size: 1MB.