Second Mongolia Corruption Benchmarking Survey


Mongolia: Trends in Corruption Attitudes

The Asia Foundation and Sant Maral/TI collected data for the second of six semi-annual benchmarking surveys in September 2006. This survey was conducted in an effort to better understand the scope and incidence of corruption at the household level in Mongolia. The first survey was conducted in March and established the baseline against which this and future surveys will evaluate the changes in public attitudes toward corruption, the incidence of corruption at the household level, and government progress in implementing reforms that will combat corruption in Mongolia.

Posted December 1, 2006
Related locations: Mongolia
Related programs: Strengthen Governance


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