Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI): The CPI ranks countries/territories based on how corrupt a country’s public sector is perceived to be. It is a composite index, a combination of polls, drawing on corruption-related data from expert and business surveys carried out by a variety of independent and reputable institutions. The CPI reflects views from around the world, including those of experts living and working in the countries/territories evaluated. For a country/territory to be included in the ranking, it must be included in a minimum of three of the CPI’s source surveys. Thus, inclusion in the index is not an indication of the existence of corruption but rather dependent solely on the availability of information.
The most recent Corruption Perception Index can be found at:
Global Corruption Barometer (GCB): a representative survey of more than 70,000 households in more than 65 countries on people’s perceptions and experiences of corruption.
The most recent Global Corruption Barometer can be found at:
Bribe Payers Index (BPI): a ranking of leading, exporting countries according to the perceived likelihood of their firms to bribe abroad. It is based on a survey of executives focusing on the business practices of foreign firms in their country.
The most recent Bribe Payers Index can be found at:
Global Corruption Report (GCR): a thematic report that with regard to a specific sector or governance issue. The expert research and analysis as well as case studies.
Global Corruption Report was published on 23 September found at: