What are private sector corruption and integrity assessments?
We define private sector corruption and integrity assessments as those tools which aim to: (a) identify the extent of corruption and/or corruption risks in the private sector, and/or (b) identify gaps in private sector anti-corruption systems and their enforcement.
The scope of assessments ranges from those which examine the private sector as a whole - often comparing across countries - to those which look at a specific national and/or sectoral context1, down to those which undertake the analysis at the level of individual firms.
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1 The financial service sector is one prominent example included here. Other relevant sectoral tools are covered in the Public Procurement Topic Guide, the Transport Energy and Infrastructure Topic Guide (coming soon) and the Education Health and Water & Sanitation Topic Guide.