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Year 2008

The Second Session of the Conference of the States Parties (COSP) to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC)

Year 2007

Transparency International:

Corruption Perceptions Index

Report on Corruption Perceptions Index

Report on the Global Corruption Barometer


  • Executive summary – global corruption barometer 2007
  • Paying bribes around the world continues to be all too common
  • Corruption in key institutions: political parties and the legislature viewed as most corrupt
  • Experience v. perceptions of corruption - do they align?
  • Levels of corruption expected to rise over the next three years
  • Public scepticism of government efforts to fight corruption - in most places
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix 1: the global corruption barometer 2007 questionnaire
  • Appendix 2: The global corruption barometer 2007 - about the survery
  • Appendix 3: regional groupings
  • Global corruption barometer 2007
  • Appendix 4: country tables


Programmes to Combat Corruption: The Malaysian Experience
Remeli Bin Awang
Malaysia Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU)
Prime Minister Department


  • Introduction
  • Moving towards modernization
  • Creating excellent service delivery system
  • Corruption eradication
  • e-Government Initiatives
  • Conclusion

Year 2006

Transparency International:

Corruption Perceptions index ( 2005-2006)

Bribe Payers Index Report


  • Introduction
  • 1. The BPI 2006
  • 1.1 Methodology
  • 1.2 The BPI 2006 Results
  • 1.3 The reliability of responses
  • 2. How respondents in different groups of countries rate companies
  • 2.1 How the behaviour of companies changes in different parts the world
  • 2.2 How companies behave in low income and OECD countries
  • 3. How the results of the BPI 2006 compare with those of the CPI 2005
  • 4. Summary
  • Annex 1: Respondents to the survey used for the BPI 2006
  • Annex 2: BPI 2006 – Further analysis of results

Making Malaysia Corruption Free
Mohamed Jawhar Hassan
Chairman and CEO of ISIS Malaysia


  • Progress
  • Scepticism
  • Political risk and courage
  • A campaign by all
  • 20 Ideas

Year 2005

Partnering against corruption principles for countering bribery
World Economic Forum


  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Partnering against corruption - Principles for countering bribery
  • 3. Development of a programme for Countering bribery
  • 4. The programme: Scope and Guidelines
  • 5. Programme Implementation Requirements

Year 2004

Anti Corruption Policies in Asia and the Pacific
Asian Development Bank


  • Abbreviations
  • Foreword
  • Editorial Remarks
  • Executive Summary
  • Chapter 1 Preventing corruption
  • 1.A Preventing corruption in public administrations
  • 1.A.1 Integrity and competence of public officials
  • 1.A.2 Public management system
  • 1.A.3 Transparent regulatory environment
  • 1.B Curbing corruption in the political sphere
  • 1.B.1 Funding of political parties and electoral campaigns
  • 1.B.2 Codes of conduct applicable to elected politicians
  • 1.C Regulating the business sector and fostering ethical business
  • 1.C.1 Business regulation and supervision
  • 1.C.2 Fostering ethical business
  • Chapter 2 Sanctioning and Prosecuting Corruption and related offences
  • 2.A Criminalizing bribery, money laundering, and illicit enrichment
  • 2.A.1 Criminalizing active and passive bribery
  • 2.A.2 Criminalizing money laundering
  • 2.A.3 Criminalizing illicit enrichment
  • 2.B Detecting, investigating and prosecuting corruption
  • 2.B.1 Law enforcement agencies
  • 2.B.2 Investigative tools
  • 2.B.3 Impeachment procedures and limitation of immunities
  • Chapter 3 Active public involvement in the fight against corruption
  • 3.A Policy dialogue and cooperation between governmental and nongovernmental actors
  • 3.B Raising awareness and educating the public about corruption issues
  • 3.C Public scrutiny and access to information
  • 3.C.1 Public scrutiny, monitoring and discussion of corruption
  • 3.C.2 Access to information
  • Appendix: Anti-Corruption Action Plan for Asia and the Pacific

Year 2003

United Nations Convention against Corruption


  • Preamble
  • Chapter I General Provision
  • Chapter II Preventive Measures
  • Chapter III Criminalization and law enforcement
  • Chapter IV International Cooperation
  • Chapter V Asset recovery
  • Chapter VI Technical assistance and information exchange
  • Chapter VII Mechanisms for implementation
  • Chaper VIII Final provision

Year 2002

Transparency International:

Bribe Payers Index

Year 1997

Anti-Corruption Act
Anti-Corruption Agency Malaysia


  • Part I Preliminary
  • Part II Establishment of agency, appoinments and powers
  • Part III Offences and penalties
  • Part IV investigation, search, seizure and arrest
  • Part V Provisions relating to public prosecutor
  • Part VI Evidence
  • Part VII Prosecution and trial of offences
  • Part VIII General

Date not specified

International Case Study:

Stamping out Corruption in Malaysia
Tunku Abdul Aziz
Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors
Transparency International, Malaysia

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