Anti-Corruption Collective Action: Success factors, sustainability and strategies

Authors: 
Basel Institute on Governance
Publication year: 
2018
Publisher: 
Basel Institute on Governance
Abstract: 

Anti-corruption Collective Action Initiatives (CAIs) are structured efforts that bring together private sector actors with other stakeholders with the aim of preventing corruption and improving the business environment in a particular context.

 

The landscape of CAIs is extremely diverse. Differences cut across the type and number of stakeholders involved. Initiatives can be sector-specic or cross-sectoral. They can be applied at the community, country, regional or global level.

 

This paper is based on two recent workshops in which a wide variety of international Collective Action practitioners shared their experiences, success factors and strategies for overcoming common challenges.