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Watch: Why Most Reports about Corruption in Africa are Biased

In the video below, the Economic Commission for Africa's Mohamed Salih explains why the Africa Governance Report IV titled Measuring Corruption in Africa - The International Dimension Matters is the first of its kind. "Most of the reports about corruption in Africa," says Mohammed Salih, "are somehow biased; they look at corruption only as an African problem." "Those reports "don't look at the external factors and the international dimensions of corruption. This is the first time we have a report that looks internally and externally." More about the ECA in this BRIEFING.

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The Economic Commission for Africa's Mohamed Salih on 3 reasons why the Africa Governance Report IV: Measuring Corruption in Africa stands Out!

  • Africa:   Rethinking How We Measure Corruption

    UNECA, 2 April 2016

    Since the 1990s, perception-based measures have been influential in determining levels of corruption on the continent. The fourth Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) African… Read more »

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