This is an overview of a comparative discussion about the evidence of behavioural elements associated with attitudes towards petty corruption across Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. The comparative research design covering these 3 East African countries provides an excellent opportunity to compare the attitudes and experiences of citizens vis-à-vis petty corruption when accessing public services, reflecting how variations in the wider national context impact citizens’ beliefs and behaviours.
There are 3 case studies and 3 country reports for this research
This studies are outputs from the ‘Strengthening Research Systems for Poverty Reduction in East Africa’ programme which is funded by the UK Department for International Development.
Claudia Baez-Camargo. (2017). Corruption, Social Norms and Behaviours: A comparative assessment of Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda Basel Institute on Governance
Published 29 September 2017