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The FortiusOne blog provides a detailed entry on corruption datasets and maps.
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From the entry’s introduction: “Transparency International just released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), which measures the perceived levels of public sector corruption in a given country. With the latest release, the disturbing link between poverty, failed institutions and graft is made. For 2008, Denmark, New Zealand, and Sweden shine as the cleanest countries, while Iraq, Myanmar, and Somalia fall as the most corrupt countries of the 180 countries surveyed.”
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