on Measuring Corruption
Robust. Relevant. Useful.
The Global Programme on Measuring Corruption works with international organisations, governments, civil society, private sector and academia to collaboratively design a robust, relevant and useful approach to measuring corruption.
How we measure corruption shapes how we view and address the problem. Indicators create international standards, affect economic growth and influence our views about government performance. This material and reputational impact means it is vital that measures are as accurate – and actionable – as possible.
News and Insights
GPMC to host Expert Workshop on Measuring Integrity The GPMC will run a series of expert workshops to advance the measurement of areas of corruption and anti-corruption underserved by existing methodologies. Experts from several disciplines will gather from 4th to 7th October 2022 in Vienna and neighbouring Laxenburg at the
Italy confirmed for GPMC’s first research visit The GPMC will conduct a series of research visits as part of a consultation process in its first year. Visits will consult with a wide range of stakeholders including Government Ministries / Agencies, International Organisations, Non-Governmental Organisations, Private Sector and Academia. The first
20 countries attend GPMC’s briefing at 13th UNCAC Session in Vienna We’ve had a busy start to the programme, which includes hosting five briefings at the 13th session of the Conference of the States Parties UNCAC Implementation Review Group on the Prevention of Corruption at the Vienna International Centre, Austria.
Liz David-Barrett joins IACA to head new Global Programme on Measuring Corruption Prof. Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) David-Barrett has joined IACA as Head of the Global Programme on Measuring Corruption. She is on leave from the University of Sussex, which she joined in 2014 and where she was Director of the