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Monitoring for results: an accessory or ingredient on reform agendas?!

Francesca Recanatini's picture

We have received a few comments to the blog we posted last week and we want to take this opportunity to thank our contributors.  The examples provided and issues raised highlight both the on-going efforts that are happening at the country level and the need to learn from these efforts.  The on-going discussion also raises some additional questions:

How can the information/data gathered through the use of performance measurement or monitoring mechanisms  be translated into concrete actions for improving the investigation and prosecution of corruption cases? 

Are you aware of concrete reforms in your country that have been implemented in response to performance data?

Is yes, can you share with us those actions and/or the lessons learned (failures to avoid) that can help other participating countries?

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