A series of 27 case studies has been carried out into corruption in the provision of public services and infrastructure. They describe particular accountability mechanisms/activities that aim to combat corruption in infrastructure services and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of such services. This paper summarises some of the common themes and lessons learnt from these case studies before discussing the potential for replicating the various initiatives in other contexts.
Partnering to Combat Corruption series, WEDC, Loughborough University, UK, ISBN 978-1-84380-121-4, 144 pp.
Accountability arrangements to combat corruption. Synthesis report and case study survey reports.