Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence (GI-ACE)

research generates actionable evidence for use in designing and implementing more effective anti-corruption initiatives.

WHO

Research partners around the world, funded by UK aid from the British people.

WHAT

Practical research in priority areas of anti-corruption work, currently focused on: global finance, global trade, and vulnerable sectors, with nineteen projects so far.

WHY

To generate actionable evidence for use in designing and implementing more effective anti-corruption initiatives.

Research Projects

Social Norms & Behaviors & Health – Tanzania

A behavioural approach is adopted to develop and test an anti-corruption intervention in the Tanzanian health sector, recognising that social norms can fuel practices of gift-giving and bribery between health service providers and users.

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