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The Global Corruption Report (GCR) is one of Transparency International’s flagship publications, bringing the expertise of the anti‐corruption movement to bear on a specific corruption issue. Most recent reports have focused on corruption in climate change, the private sector, water and the judiciary.
The report highlights cutting edge qualitative and quantitative research, gathers knowledge on lessons learnt and showcases innovative tools. In doing so, it enhances our understanding of the dynamics of corruption and seeks to provide practical and proven solutions to improve governance and accountability.
The 2012 Global Corruption Report: Education
|In 2012, the Global Corruption Report: Education presents more than 50 articles from experts in the fields of corruption and education, from universities, think-tanks, business, civil society and international organisations. The Global Corruption Report: Education details numerous practical steps to prevent the abuse of power, bribery and secret dealings from corroding the educational experience. It calls on governments, international organisations, businesses and civil society to ensure good governance is promoted in education policy all over the world.|
The Global Corruption Report: Education also includes one case study for Vietnam, looking at bribes for enrollment in desired schools in the country.
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|Download Vietnam Case Study||English, Vietnamese|