The Transparency International landmark annual report, the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), is the most widely used indicator of corruption worldwide. It assesses the level of public sector corruption in each of the world’s 180 countries according to data sources from expert independent institutions. The 2020 report was recently released. The past year highlighted integrity challenges among even the highest-scoring countries, proving that no country is free of corruption.
See also two related reports: CPI 2020: Trouble in the Top 25 Countries and CPI 2020 Asia Pacific.
The Bribery Prevention Network provides practical guidance to businesses about how to assess bribery and corruption risks. See here for more information.