Development Policy Centre Policy Brief No. 17
Most anticorruption programs now include awareness raising about corruption and about efforts to tackle it, but there is little evidence available to tell us how effective these messages are. This brief summarises what we know from research so far, and discusses the potential impact of anticorruption messages in Papua New Guinea (PNG). This policy brief was jointly published with the Developmental Leadership Program.
Peiffer, C. 2017, ‘Do anticorruption messages work? Emerging findings and their relevance for Papua New Guinea’, Policy Brief No. 17, Development Policy Centre, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra.