The IPI assesses a society’s capacity to control corruption and ensure that public resources are spent with integrity. Evidence from comparisons across countries shows that establishing effective control of corruption requires much more than the mere adoption of specific tools and strict legal regulations. It relies on a balance between a state calibrated to reduce the possibility of the abuse of influence and a society’s capacity to hold its government accountable.
The IPI illustrates the most important dimensions of this equilibrium through 6 components: Administrative Transparency, Online Services, Budget Transparency, Judicial Independence, Press Freedom, and e-Citizenship. Read more on the IPI Methodology.
The T-index is a unique assessment of government transparency based on how much public information governments offer to their citizens. The T-Index score encompasses both de facto (actual availability of data online) and de jure (signature of treaties and implementation of laws) aspects of transparency. This index can be used as an important reference for business risk analysts as well as a tool for civic actors and transparency advocates around the world.
Read more on the T-index Methodology.
The Corruption Risk Forecast is built on top of a new generation of objective indicators of corruption. It allows the forecasting of trends at a country level. This provides investors and business strategists with insight about future corruption risks, and allows activists and international donors to target countries where interventions can have the greatest impact.
The forecast draws from 12 years of data on control of corruption, including 5 components from the IPI: Administrative Transparency, Budget Transparency, Judicial Independence, Press Freedom, and e-Citizenship. These trends are moderated by the most recent political events. Read more on the Forecast Methodology.
Compare corruption risks and integrity measures around the world.
See the aggregate data (scores) for an indicator in a world view. Using the filter menu on the left side of the screen, this data can be disaggregated into each component of that indicator, as well as sorted by year, region, and income group.
Review best and worst performing countries by index and subcomponents.
See all countries in an indicator ranked by their total scores (highest on top). Using the filter menu on the left side of the screen, the rank is recalculated based on the selected component of the indicator, year, region, and/or income group chosen.
Review each country’s corruption control measures and historical progress. Compare countries side by side.
These pages compile specific information for each country in our database. Find country facts (e.g. region, income group, population); the state of control of corruption in that country, as measured by our indicators; and its forecasted corruption risk.Select a country to analyze below:
Evolution over time of the Corruption Risk Forecast’s components, sorted by region. Using the two controls on the top of the screen, users can select which component and which region will be featured in the graph. By selecting a region, all countries in that region will appear on the screen.