Abstract: A theory of change methodology is proposed as a valuable tool for designing, implementing, and evaluating anti-corruption reforms. General and sector-specific guidance is provided based on case studies in three areas: anti-corruption authorities, civil society work, and public sector reforms.
Author(s): Johnsøn, Jesper
Source(s): , U4 Issue; 2012:6 iv, 42 p., ill U4 Issue 2012:6
Published: 2012 Chr. Michelsen institute (CMI). U4 Anti-corruption resource centre, Bergen (English