Written by Jake Plenderleith on Monday May 15, 2017
The World Economic Forum publishes an annual corruption index as part of it's Global Competitiveness Report. It ranks countries based on questions put to 15,000 business leaders in 141 countries.
Similarly, Transparency International, an anti-corruption NGO, publishes a Corruption Perception Index (CPI). The CPI measures the perceived amount of corruption globally by asking citizens in 176 countries on corruption in the public sector.
These two approaches to collecting corruption data produced divergent results. The prezi following compiles the bottom-ranked countries for corruption and ethics in the WEF index with the TI CPI rankings provided for comparison.
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