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Survey on Perceptions and Knowledge of Corruption 2017


From March to June 2017, The Asia Foundation, in collaboration with Sant-Maral Foundation, conducted its eighteenth Survey on Perceptions and Knowledge of Corruption (SPEAK) in Mongolia, a nationwide survey of citizens in rural soums, aimags, and the capital city Ulaanbaatar. Since March 2006, the survey has gathered data and provides a unique view as citizen perception and experience with corruption have changed over time. This survey is conducted in an effort to better understand the scope and public perception of corruption, and 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. Through this annual survey we hope to provide a deeper understanding of a key issue in Mongolia, while also contributing to the knowledge environment for policymaking and programming as the Mongolian government further develops its anti-corruption policies.

Posted September 1, 2017
Related locations: Mongolia
Related programs: Good Governance
Related topics: Survey on Perceptions and Knowledge of Corruption in Mongolia