Sixth Mongolia Corruption Benchmarking Survey – September 2008
This edition of the Corruption Benchmarking Survey covers the six months from March to September 2008. This survey is the sixth in a series, and provides time series data that identifies trends and patterns in citizen awareness, intolerance for corruption, and support for measures to combat corruption.
The purpose of the survey series is to better understand the scope and incidence of corruption at the household level in Mongolia. Findings and conclusions serve to benchmark changes in experience, attitudes and perceptions over an extended period of time, and thereby contribute to better-informed policy-making, and the refinement of interventions and activities that inform and engage citizens as active participants in the effort to combat corruption in Mongolia.
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