Click on a country to see the latest assessments, reporting and scorecards.
The small charts represent each country's latest Integrity Indicators scorecard, showing 23 categories compared to an international median (green is stronger anti-corruption, red is weaker anti-corruption). In countries with 2007 & 2006 data, trend arrows show overall improvement, decline or insignificant change. Click each chart to see the full scorecard.
2007 Global Integrity Report
What does the Global Integrity Index measure?
The Index assesses the existence, effectiveness, and citizen access to key anti-corruption mechanisms at the national level in a country. It does not measure corruption per se or perceptions of corruption. Nor does it measure governance "outputs" – statistics of service delivery, crime, or socio-economic development. Instead, the Index is an entry point for understanding the anti-corruption and good governance safeguards in place in a country that should ideally prevent, deter, or punish corruption.