Study of Private Perceptions of Corruption (STOPP VI) [Mongolian]


(In Mongolian)

In September 2015, The Asia Foundation, in collaboration with the Sant-Maral Foundation, conducted its sixth installment of the Study of Private Perceptions of Corruption (STOPP) in Mongolia, a survey of businesses based in the capital city Ulaanbaatar, generously supported by Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. STOPP attempts to show, based on the perceptions of the business community, how the business community is being affected. It captures information on the business environment and opportunities for reforms both within the private and public sectors and between them when they interact to conduct business. The longitudinal design of the survey helps to track long-term changes and trends in perceptions and attitudes.

Posted November 18, 2015
Related locations: Mongolia
Related programs: Strengthen Governance
Related topics: Study of Private Perceptions of Corruption in Mongolia