How Much Corruption is there in the Pacific Islands? A Review of Different Approaches to Measurement
New ways of measuring corruption are being used to assess the performance of governments in tackling the problem. The Pacific Islands Plan, for example, envisages a 'control of corruption (integrity) indicator' that could be used to assess a government's
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