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Corruption is a crime committed by officials (public or private) abusing of their role to procure gain for themselves or somebody else. Several forms of corruption exist: bribery, embezzlement, abuse of power, just to name a few.

UNODC adopts an evidence-based approach to quantify the extent and describe the patterns of corruption at country level. Information on experience of corruption is gathered through sample surveys on different targets - general population, business sector, civil servants - following strict methodological standards.

   
     

  IRAQ

Corruption and integrity challenges in the public sector of Iraq

AFGHANISTAN

Corruption in Afghanistan: recent patterns and trends - 2013

Corruption in Afghanistan: Bribery as reported by the victims

NIGERIA

Business survey on corruption - Executive summary

WESTERN BALKAN

Business surveys

Business, Corruption and Crime in the western Balkans: The impact of bribery and other crime on private enterprise (2013)

Business, Corruption and Crime in the western Balkans: key findings

Business, Corruption and Crime in Albania - English, Albanian

Business, Corruption and Crime in Bosnia and Herzegovina: - English, Bosnian

Business, Corruption and Crime in Croatia - English, Croatian

Business, Corruption and Crime in Kosovo - English, Serbian, Albanian

Business, Corruption and Crime in Serbia - English, Serbian

Business, Corruption and Crime in Montenegro - English, Montenegrin

Business, Corruption and Crime in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia:
The impact of bribery and other crime on private enterprise - English, Macedonian

Survey on Security and Crime against Businesses (Questionnaire)

Population surveys

Corruption in the western Balkans: bribery as experienced by the population

Corruption in Albania: bribery as experienced by the population

Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina: bribery as experienced by the population

Corruption in Croatia: bribery as experienced by the population - English, Croatian

Corruption in Kosovo: bribery as experienced by the population

Corruption in Montenegro: bribery as experienced by the population

Corruption in Serbia: bribery as experienced by the population - English, Serbian

Corruption in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia : bribery as experienced by the population - English, Macedonian

 

 

Quantitative approaches to assess and describe corruption and the role of UNODC in supporting countries in performing such assessments

Methodologies, including evidence-based approaches, for assessing areas of special vulnerability to corruption in the public and private sectors