|This toolkit provides a step by step guide to analysing corruption problems and developing realistic and effective anti-corruption strategies in contexts where the rule of law is weak.
Over the past 5 years, the SOAS ACE programme has tested a number of different approaches in a range of countries and sectors to identify feasible and implementable anti-corruption strategies. SOAS ACE has identified three anti-corruption strategies which offer most potential for reducing corruption.
This toolkit developed by Pallavi Roy, Agata Slota and Mushtaq Khan, provides detailed guidance to analysing corruption problems using a political settlements approach and examples of different methods that can be used to test and develop realistic and effective strategies to reduce corruption. The guide includes detailed case studies to illustrate how the approach has been used in practice in a number of different fields and countries.
It is aimed at policy-makers and practitioners looking to find solutions to deeply entrenched, often seemingly intractable corruption challenges.