Released on October 15, this new annual report from Transparency International (TI, see the September 7, 2000 Scout Report for Business & Economics
) reviews the "state of corruption" worldwide, July 2000-June 2001. After the introduction and prefatory material, the report is divided into three main sections: Regional reports, Global issues (such as money laundering and an update from OECD on implementing the Anti-Bribery Convention), and Data and research, which summarizes a wide variety of research projects from governments, private organizations, scholars, international organizations, and more. The About the GCR link on the front page of the report gives a summary of authors contributing to the different report sections and an overview of the report as a whole. The report is designed for a wide audience and should appeal both to policymakers and interested members of the general public.
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