silhouettes of people - two in sunlight - with network connections overlaid

Harnessing informality for anti-corruption practice: Shifting the unit of analysis from individuals to networks

Why do some countries keep struggling with high levels of corruption in spite of adopting most, if not all, internationally recommended legal and institutional anti-corruption prescriptions?

It is striking that some of the countries deemed the most corrupt also happen to boast some of the most extensive and comprehensive anti-corruption regimes…at least on paper.