Please summarise what the existing literature has to say about why Georgia, Liberia and Rwanda are perceived to have made more progress than most other low and lower middle income countries on tackling corruption.
In spite of their apparent diversity, these three countries have benefited from certain common conditions that may have contributed to their success in fighting corruption, including a radical regime change or post conflict context which created a momentum for reform, a strong political will to eliminate corruption; and wide public support and demand for anti-corruption reforms.
Chêne, M. Anti-corruption progress in Georgia, Liberia, Rwanda. U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, CMI, Bergen, Norway (2011) 9 pp. [U4 Expert Answer 288]