n Institute for Security Studies Monographs - Counting the covert : using data to understand corruption in South Africa




This monograph investigates concerns about quantifying corruption in South Africa. There is no standardised system for classifying or analysing corruption, which makes the interpretation of available information very difficult. The monograph puts forward a more clearly defined system for categorising corruption. It uses this to consider the circumstances in which corruption becomes visible and to interpret corruption data from victimisation surveys and agencies such as the Special Investigating Unit, the South African Police Service and Public Service Commission.


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