Researcher Adam Harris discusses the results of surveys of public servants in ten countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe that focused on the experience of public servants in relation to public service management, their integrity, attitudes, and motivation to serve citizens and deliver policies in accordance with the public interest.
GI-ACE researcher Amrita Dhillon explores the challenges of aggregating audit data of Indian government schemes in order to create a database that is accessible to policymakers, economists and academics.
Ethics Codes: How they can curb corruption in public service if part of a smart anti-corruption infrastructure
Researcher Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling discusses how the interaction of ethics codes and disciplinary codes affects corruption in public service.
Marking milestones in understanding the presence of corruption and the role of integrity among South African and Zambian urban planning professionals
One year further into its GI ACE-supported research concerning the role of integrity and corruption within the planning profession in Zambia and South Africa, the African Centre for Cities’ “Cities of Integrity” (COI) research team has hit new milestones and made progress in achieving its research objectives.
GI ACE researchers Jacqueline Klopp, Alissa Krueger, and Melissa Trimble highlight the implications of COVID-19 on small scale cross-border trading in Kenya and Uganda.
GI-ACE researcher Amrita Dhillon explores compositie indicators across Indian states and what insights might exist for greater service delivery and curbing corruption.
Barriers for small-scale traders in Kenya: Exploring women’s challenges on International Women’s Day
GI-ACE researchers explore the multitude of ways traders interpret bribery on East African borders. Especially for small-scale traders with perishable goods, the cost and time involved drive traders to seek out shortcuts.
Project research assistant Dorothy Ndhlovu reports on the GI-ACE Cities of Integrity project’s networking panel at the tenth annual World Urban Forum.
GI-ACE researcher Ryan Jablonski explores findings from surveys exploring Malawians’ experiences with accessing their medicines and shares additional analysis that sheds light on why Malawians believe individuals are motivated to steal drugs.
GI-ACE project aiming to harness the power of social networks to promote positive anti-corruption outcomes among health providers and users through behavioral interventions and dissemination of interventions through trusted and influential social networks.