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  • www.transparentnost.org.yuwww.transparency.org/surveys/#cpiGlobalCorruption Perception Index (CPI)

    Transparency International2006

  • Measures the level in which the corruption of public servants and politicians is perceivedIndex is made on the bases of twelve different researches and studies, which were conducted by nine independent institutions questioning businessmen, analysts and local expertsCorruption Perception Index for 2006

  • CPI 2006 The best and the worstCountries recognized as the most corruptedCountries recognized as the least corrupted

  • CPI goalsTo measure how much is the corruption perceived in public sector by businessmen, experts and analysts of riskTo promote comparative comprehension of the level of corruptionTo offer overview of decision makers points of view which affects the market and investmentsTo stimulate scientific researches, analysis of the cause and consequences of corruption, in international and domestic levelTo contribute to building the public consciousness about corruption and create climate for changes

  • MethodologyCPI is research of group of researches which is conducted every year and provides information which can continuously be monitored Minimum three researches by country- Research includes previous two yearsCountries are scored on the scale from 10 (very clean) to 0 (very corrupted).Perception is questioned and not the facts (e.g. number of convictions, number of media texts)Corruption determined as abuse of public authorities for private interests

  • Possibility of comparingIndex represents overview of points of view of businessmen and analysts about certain countries situation and doesnt reflect necessarily trends for certain yearsScore is more relevant than the rank on the list (because the number of countries included in the list is constantly increasing)Index changes of certain countries can be a result of sample changes researches taken into consideration when creating the index

  • Disadvantages and advantages of CPIIndex doesnt reflect the level of efforts invested into fight against corruption Developing countries can be shown in worse light due to prejudice and pre convictions of foreign investors (that is why other instruments for measuring corruption exist)Other instruments for measuring corruption also come to similar results as CPICPI is good chance to promote public debate on corruptionCPI is good stimulation for conducting further analysisCPI includes almost all the world countries

  • ResourcesCPIA: Country Policy and Institutional Assessment by the IDA and IBRDEIU: Economist Intelligence UnitFH: Freedom House, Nations in Transit IMD: World Competitiveness Report of the Institute for Management Development MIG: Merchant International GroupPERC: Political and Economic Risk Consultancy, Hong KongUNECA: United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Governance Report WEF: Global Competitiveness Report of the World Economic ForumWMRC: World Markets Research Centre

  • Resource of information in initial researches

  • CPI results and SerbiaSCG is included in seven researches which are taken into consideration when creating the indexResearches published during 2005 and 2006Ranking by certain researches is from 2,3 to 4,0Standard deviation is in acceptable limits (0,7)

  • CORRUTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX 2006

  • Former socialist countries in EuropeEstonia6.7Slovenia6.4Hungary5.2Lithuania4.8Chech Republic 4.8Slovakia4.7Latvia4.7Bulgaria4.0Poland3.7Croatia3.4Moldova3.2Romania3.1Serbia3.0 Armenia2.9BIH2.9Georgia2.8Ukraine2.8Macedonia 2.7Albania2.6Russia2.5Belarus2.1

  • CPI 2006 ex SFRJ90. place

    RankCountryScore 1-10Score 2000.Score 2003.Score 2004.Score 2005Researches28Slovenia 6,4 5,55,96,06,1869Croatia3,4 3,73,73,53,4790Serbia (SCG) 3,0 1,32,32,72,8793BiH2,9 /3,33,12,96105Macedonia2,7 /2,32,72,76

    SerbiaGabonSuriname

  • Evolution of SCG and Serbia

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  • SCG and Serbias place by years

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  • Reactions to recent ranking Data from 2000: facing with catastrophic picture of Serbia2003: Expected larger move on the list, but the perception changes slowly2004: New move made getting close to real state 2005 and 2006: Minimal trend of increase is kept no radical changes which would lead to fast change of corruption perceptionCorruption perception in Serbia is similar to that in surrounding countries progress exists but is very slow

  • CPI results and SerbiaCountries can ignore CPI results only on their damage even if it doesnt reflect totally to real state of things, CPI is good index of what other people think of usAdopted strategy for fight against corruption must be elaborated as soon as possible through quality action plans and their implementation should be controlledIf the anticorruption regulations and institutions are just established, and their functioning in practice isnt enabled, important move cant be expectedAmbient for business must be renovated through guarantee of legal safety, effective court protection and decreasing chance of the bureaucracy to extort bribe

    The pernicious effects of corruption damage all aspects of life and society.The pernicious effects of corruption damage all aspects of life and society.The pernicious effects of corruption damage all aspects of life and society.The pernicious effects of corruption damage all aspects of life and society.The pernicious effects of corruption damage all aspects of life and society.

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