Study of Private Sector Perceptions of Corruption (STOPP) Survey 2017

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Study of Private Sector Perceptions of Corruption (STOPP) is an annual survey The Asia Foundation conducts in collaboration with the Sant Maral Foundation in Mongolia. This is the eighth installment, surveying Mongolian businesses based in Ulaanbaatar. Compiling the perceptions of the business community, STOPP illustrates how the business community is affected by corruption. The survey provides a unique and robust tool to raise awareness of corruption, encouraging the business community to take part in anti-corruption efforts, and policymakers and service providers to reduce bureaucracy and improve practices. The survey is part of the Strengthening Democratic Participation and Transparency in the Public Sector in Mongolia project, funded by Global Affairs Canada and implemented by The Asia Foundation.

Posted March 1, 2018
Related locations: Mongolia
Related programs: Strengthen Governance
Related topics: Study of Private Perceptions of Corruption

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