We have identified four strategies to finding feasible solutions to corruption in different sectors and contexts. These strategies aim to ensure that it is in the interests of enough players, with sufficient bargaining power in a sector, to enforce rules that prevent corruption. Find out more about our strategies.

Aligning Incentives

In some corruption cases, support for the enforcement of rules can be created with policies that change the rewards associated with corrupt choices. If policy changes ensure that productive behaviou...

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Designing for Differences

In some cases, the most effective way of creating support for anti-corruption is to distinguish between different types of organizations operating in a sector. For example, categorising them according...

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Building Coalitions

In some cases, we can generate support for enforcement by helping to organize new coalitions that combine collective interests with the capacity to pressurise rule enforcement agencies. 

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Resolving Rights

Many instances of corruption are due to different parties being in conflict over resources that result from (often legitimate) overlapping claims. This type of conflict can emerge because policies and...

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