New ways of measuring corruption are being used to assess the performance of governments in tackling the problem. The Pacific Islands Plan, for example, envisages a 'control of corruption (integrity) indicator' that could be used to assess a government's progress towards achieving good governance (Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat 2008:33). This article reviews the kinds of measures that are becoming available for the Pacific islands.
|Journal||Pacific Economic Bulletin|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|