edoc

Social Norms, Mental Models and other Behavioural Drivers of Petty Corruption - the Case of Uganda

Stahl, Cosimo and Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2017) Social Norms, Mental Models and other Behavioural Drivers of Petty Corruption - the Case of Uganda. Policy Brief, (2).

[img] PDF - Published Version
1576Kb

Official URL: https://edoc.unibas.ch/66314/

Downloads: Statistics Overview

Abstract

This policy brief summarises the main findings and lessons learned from research on corruption, social norms and behaviours in Uganda. The empirical evidence indicates that behavioural factors associated to social practices and collective understandings play a role in shaping Ugandan citizens' attitudes towards petty corruption and in fuelling practices such as bribery and favouritism. On the basis of the research findings, policy recommendations are put forward aiming to contribute to the development of anti-corruption interventions that incorporate behavioural insights in their design and implementation.
Faculties and Departments:09 Associated Institutions > Basel Institute on Governance
UniBasel Contributors:Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Stahl, Cosimo
Item Type:Working Paper
Publisher:Basel Institute on Governance
Number of Pages:4
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Discussion paper / Internet publication
Language:English
Last Modified:27 Nov 2018 07:58
Deposited On:31 Oct 2018 08:42

Repository Staff Only: item control page