Frate Anna Alvazzi del.
||Corruption in Afghanistan : bribery as reported by the victims / research coordination and report preparation Enrico Bisogno, Anna Alvazzi del Frate, Phllip Davis ; field research, survey in rural areas Devashish Dhar … [et al.] ; survey in urban areas Helen Seese … [et al.] ; editorial support and publication Ragnahild Johansen, Suzanne Kunnen.
||Vienna : United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), 2010.
||42 p. : ill.; 30 cm.
“Poverty and violence are usually portrayed as the biggest challenges confronting Afghanistan. But ask the Afghans themselves, and you get a different answer: corruption is their biggest worry. A new UNODC survey reveals that an overwhelming 59 per cent of Afghans view public dishonesty as a bigger concern than insecurity (54 per cent) and unemployment (52 per cent).” “Unlike other corruption reports, this one is not based only on perceptions: in other words, it does not only measure shadows filtered through individual discernment and discontent. It quantifies the actual crime, as reported by the victims. This is the real thing, based on interviews with 7,600 people (a reliable sample) in 12 provincial capitals and more than 1,600 villages around Afghanistan.” (p. 3).
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||United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
||http://www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/Afghanistan/Afghanistan-corruption-survey2010-Eng.pdf (accessed 31 January 2010)