Study of Private Sector Perceptions of Corruption (STOPP) Survey 2018


In October 2018, The Asia Foundation, in collaboration with the Sant Maral Foundation, conducted its ninth installment of the Study of Private Sector Perceptions of Corruption Survey in Mongolia, a survey of businesses based in the capital city, Ulaanbaatar. The longitudinal design of the survey helps track long-term changes and trends in perceptions and attitudes. The survey aims to provide a unique and robust tool to raise awareness, and further encourage the business community, policymakers, and especially government service providers to continue to improve good-governance practices, change attitudes, and prevent corruption. Additionally, the STOPP Survey is complemented by The Asia Foundation’s Survey on Perceptions and Knowledge of Corruption, a nationwide survey of citizens to measure public perceptions and understandings of corruption. Together, the two surveys provide a broad picture of the level of corruption in Mongolia.

Posted March 26, 2019
Related locations: Mongolia
Related programs: Strengthen Governance
Related topics: Study of Private Perceptions of Corruption in Mongolia