Household Corruption in Mongolia Drops to Record Low

On December 9, The Asia Foundation’s Mongolia office released its 10th Corruption Benchmarking Survey (CBS), the only tool that measures both public perceptions of institutional corruption, and the impact of petty corruption on the day-to-day life of Mongolian...

New Video Campaign Supports Girls Education in Asia

Don’t tell her she can’t be a doctor, a scientist, a journalist, a pilot, an urban planner, or a stock broker. Tell her she can. So says a stunning new video produced by The Asia Foundation. Watch it right now on our Facebook page. For every...

Corruption Fight in Indonesia Marches on

December 13, 2010 — An article on GlobalPost.com focuses on World Anti-Corruption Day and the release of corruption rankings by Transparency International. Many organizations, including The Asia Foundation, have worked to fight corruption in Indonesia. The Asia...

Q&A with Nobel Prize Laureate, Political Economist Elinor Ostrom

In 2009, American political scientist and Indiana University Professor Elinor Ostrom became the first woman to receive the prestigious Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for her work on collective action and cooperation: how people work together successfully...