Comparative country statistics on corruption in education

Although comparative country-level statistics on corruption in education are scarce, several global corruption surveys include specific questions related to education.

Cross-country statistics on corruption in education are a useful tool for policy-makers and researchers. Complementing national diagnostic tools, they provide measures of particular corrupt practices in a given country, allowing cross-country comparisons, and time-trend analysis. However, such data are scattered across databases developed by various institutions.

ETICO provides easy access to all sources that contain relevant data on corruption.

Click on the map below to consult data available per country (for more details on the content of each survey questions, see the table). 

Note: The content of this page is adapted from a research led by Dr Wysmulek, Polish Academy of Science (Warsaw).


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