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Measuring the benefits of open contracting: Case studies on Mexico, Paraguay, and Slovakia

Adam, I., Fazekas, M. & Tóth, B. (2020). Measuring the benefits of open contracting: Case studies on Mexico, Paraguay, and Slovakia. GTI-WP/2020:01, Budapest: Government Transparency Institute.

Enhancing the transparency of government in general and of public procurement processes in particular has been increasingly on the agenda of governments, civil societies and businesses as evidenced by initiatives such as the Open Government Partnership which has seen 70 OGP members making 189 open contracting commitments by March 2019[1]. In spite of such major policy developments, we still lack the specific and rigorous evidence on the impact of transparency interventions and which types of transparency matter for which actors to support desirable societal outcomes such as high quality public services, procedural justice or public sector integrity (Bauhr et al, 2019).

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Measuring the benefits of open contracting: Case studies on Mexico, Paraguay, and Slovakia