Governance and development

The fight against corruption: Key publications and further reading

 

Principles for Donor Action in Anti-Corruption

 

 

In 2003, donors collarboated to ensure that they collectively support country-led anti-corruption strategies and that aid programmes themselves do not foster corruption. The DAC developed Principles for Donor Action in Anti-Corruption donors resolve to harmonise their efforts to support developing countries’ anti-corruption work and to address the supply side of corruption. More...

 

Corruption impacts on development outcomes

 

 

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International Drivers of Corruption (2011)

 

This report introduces an analytical tool intended to help users understand how factors in the global economy and international relations, affect governance and corruption at the country level. It provides a means for identifying those factors that matter most for domestic governance, as well as opportunities for international actors to work more effectively to improve governance in specific country contexts.

Read the full report (pdf, 3.02 kB)

 

Tracking Anti-Corruption and Asset Recovery Commitments

 

 

 

 

Star Stolen Assets Report (2011)

 

This publication reviews the compliance of 30 OECD donor countries with the anti-corruption commitments they made in Accra. It assesses progress in combating corruption and in tracking and recovering illegal assets to inform decision-makers of progress at the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, which will be held in Busan in November 2011.

 

Read the full report (pdf, 4.02 kB)

 

Joint responses to corruption

 

 

 

Working towards more effective collective donor responses to corruption  (2010)


This retrospective study gives an overview on how donors have responded to corruption in practice in the past. It provides a better understanding of the opportunities, constraints and incentives for more effective collective responses and to establish principles on which a draft code of conduct could be based.

Read the executive summaryJoint Donor Responses to Corruption (pdf, 2.69 MB)

 

Three case studies analyse donor’s responses to corruption: AfghanistanCase Study (pdf, 927 kB) l Indonesia Case Study (pdf, 880 kB) l >> MozambiqueCase Study (pdf, 876 kB)

 

Setting an agenda for collective action  (2007)


The policy paper Setting an agenda for collective action provides guiding principles, action points and next steps for donors to take coordinated action in the fight against corruption one step further. It dresses opportunities for a concerted and harmonised approach to help donors address corruption more effectively in the spirit of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and in the context of the wider political economy of governance in each country. Read the policy paper in Read the policy paper (pdf, 1.97 MB) l French (pdf, 4.08 MB)

 

Addressing corruption in fragile states

 

 

 

Integrity in statebuilding: Anti-corruption with a statebuilding lens  (2009)


Integrity in statebuilding explores the complementarities between the international community’s current approaches towards both statebuilding and fighting corruption in fragile states. To tackle corruption and to build integrity in fragile states, those involved in anti-corruption actions should position their activities as an integral part of the wider, overall vision and process of statebuilding. They should adopt a statebuilding ‘lens’.

Integrity in Statebuilding: Anti-Corruption with a Statebuilding Lens (pdf, 790 kB)

 

 

Related Documents

 

Fight Against Corruption

Accra Stolen Asset report

International Drivers of Corruption

 

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