Do Lower Levels of Perceived Corruption Lead to Stronger Social Progress?

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Published on February 18, 2014

Author: socprog

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Comparing the findings of the 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index (http://cpi.transparency.org/cpi2013/) and the 2013 Social Progress Index (http://www.socialprogressimperative.org/data/spi), it emerges that countries with lower levels of perceived corruption perform stronger on social progress, while those with higher levels of perceived corruption perform lower on social progress.

Check back in April 2014 for an update to the Social Progress Index, which will include over 120 countries and cover more than 95% of global population.

SOCIAL PROGRESS VERSUS PERCEIVEDCORRUPTION COUNTRIES WITH LOWER LEVELS OF PERCEIVED CORRUPTION PERFORM STRONGER ON SOCIAL PROGRESS, WHILE THOSE WITH HIGHER LEVELS OF PERCEIVED CORRUPTION PERFORM LOWER ON SOCIAL PROGRESS LOWER SOCIAL PROGRESS HIGHER SOCIAL PROGRESS HIGHER CORRUPTION LOWER CORRUPTION *2013 Corruption Perceptions Index ranks have been adjusted to compare against the 2013 Social Progress Index’s 50 country ranks. Sweden United Kingdom Switzerland Canada Germany United States Australia Japan France Spain Korea, Rep. Costa Rica Poland Chile Argentina Israel Bulgaria Brazil United Arab Emirates Turkey Colombia Dominican Republic Thailand Peru Mexico Philippines Paraguay Tunisia Georgia Viet Nam Jordan China Russian Federation Kazakhstan Botswana Sri Lanka Morocco Indonesia South Africa Egypt, Arab Rep. Ghana Bangladesh India Senegal Kenya Rwanda Mozambique Uganda Nigeria Ethiopia @socprogress | facebook.com/socialprogressimperative www.socialprogressimperative.org

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