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Mapping evidence gaps in anti-corruption: Assessing the state of the operationally relevant evidence on donors' actions and approaches to reducing corruption
U4 Issue | Nov 2012
This paper charts the current evidence on effectiveness of different anti-corruption reforms, and identifies significant evidence gaps. Despite a substantial ...
Anti-corruption, Corruption, Donor, Interventions, Civil society, Public sector reform, Budget support, Review, Evidence, Operational guidance, Assessment, evaluation measurement
Journal Article | Jan 2015
More than one billion people in the world have some kind of disability. Apart from the obvious physical challenges facing disabled people, there may also ...
Social identity, Disability, Priming, Confidence, Uganda
News | 25 Sep 2012
Corruption poses a serious threat to sustainable development and security. Donors spend large sums in support of interventions to reduce corruption and ensure that their funds are used for the intended purposes. Yet, despite these investments, the causes of corruption are better understood than how to most effectively reduce corruption.
Journal Article | Jan 1999
Why do farmers expand their land into forests? Theories and evidence from Tanzania Arild Angelsen e
Twenty years with anti-corruption. Part 4. Evidence on anti-corruption – the struggle to understand what works
U4 Practitioner Experience Note | Apr 2020
The evidence base for donors’ anti-corruption work points to some inconvenient truths about the prospects for success. We are far from possessing ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2015
Cluster Development Programs in Ethiopia: Evidence and Policy Implications Merima Ali, Olivier Godar
U4 Issue | May 2020
Schools and universities in various countries are teaching youth about integrity norms and values. Despite limited evidence on effectiveness, some good ...
Book | Oct 2010
The discourse on social exclusion in Nepal is very ideological, with some authors considering basically all Nepalis as socially excluded except for male ...
Journal Article | May 2021
The legitimacy of the tax system is likely to be compromised in the absence of public support. This article presents evidence from a discrete choice experiment ...
Tax policy, corporate taxation, tax preferences, tax legitimacy, Tanzania
CMI Working Paper | Nov 2015
Limited fiscal capacity poses a significant challenge in developing countries. To mitigate this challenge, the adoption of electronic tax systems has ...
Developing economy, fiscal capacity, information technology, taxation
Journal Article | Jan 2015
A number of lab experiments in recent years have analyzed people’s willingness to com-pete. But to what extent is competitive behavior in the lab ...
Journal Article | Oct 2012
This article aims to organize thinking around human rights-based approaches to development (HRBAs) and to review available empirical evidence regarding ...
human rights, development, courts
How do voters respond to information on self-serving elite behaviour? Evidence from a randomized survey experiment in Tanzania
Report in External Series | Jan 2018
How do voters respond to information on self-serving elite behaviour? Evidence from a randomized sur
Quotas and women's substantive representation: Evidence from a content analysis of Ugandan plenary debates
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Despite the popularity of electoral gender quotas, the substantive impact of quotas on the plenary behavior of members of parliament (MPs) has yet to ...
Report in External Series | Feb 2015
Governments in developing countries are typically constrained by a limited fiscal capacity to finance the provision of essential public goods – ...
Taxation, fiscal capacity, information technology, developing economy, Ethiopia
How to monitor and evaluate anti-corruption agencies: Guidelines for agencies, donors, and evaluators
U4 Issue | Sep 2011
The number of Anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) around the world has increased dramatically over the past decades. Nevertheless, the value of ACAs is increasingly ...
Journal Article | Jul 2019
High levels of faith and finance have been invested in REDD+ as a promising global climate change mitigation policy. Since its inception in 2007, corruption ...
REDD+, , Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam
Journal Article | Jan 2021
Pay-for-performance reduces bypassing of health facilities: evidence from Tanzania Sosina Bezu Chiks
Gender composition and group dynamics: Evidence from a laboratory experiment with microfinance clients
Journal Article | Jan 2016
Gender composition and group dynamics: Evidence from a laboratory experiment with microfinance clien
Project | Mar - Dec 2006
The project involves participation in the World Bank's efforts to build evidence relevant for solving the human resource crisis in the health sector in ...
Sub Saharan Africa