i official set out to prevent bureaucrats from demanding bribes for providing basic public services. The solution: citizen feedback through mobile phones. Mohammad Omar Masud
is the author of the second case study in the Transitions Forum's 'Curbing Corruption: Ideas That Work' series.
About the Curbing Corruption: Ideas That Work
As part of the Legatum Institute's Transitions Forum, the Curbing Corruption series is a partnership between Democracy Lab and Legatum Institute that will produce a series of case studies that examine specific interventions against corruption which have produced positive results. The aim is to tell a set of stories that illustrate how combatting corruption works in practice, which may offer insight on some of the larger issues across the globe. The goal of this project is to identify ideas that do and don’t work and share them with the wider anti-corruption and policy communities.
- Pakistan Country Profile—Legatum Prosperity Index (View)