CMI Brief | 2014
One man, one bribe? The effect of democracy on corruption
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Brief vol. 13 no. 3) 4 p.
Quantitative studies show that democracy reduces corruption. This implies that building a well-functioning democracy should remain part of an anti-corruption approach. This policy brief takes a critical look at the evidence and explores the issue in relation to Bangladesh.
Blog post | Feb 2023
Integrity based approaches: combining rewards and sanctions works best
Guillaume Nicaise, David Jackson, Matthew Jenkins
Journal Article | Jan 2023
Provincial variations and entrepreneurialism in the development of China’s Distant Water Fisheries (2011–2020)
Blog post | Jan 2023
U4 Director: “How I think when I talk about anti-corruption: porridge and berries, priors and biases”
Peter J. Evans