Kronik: Verdens ærligste land -- men tror vi selv på det? Danmark er igen verdens mindst korrupte land. Men hvad med alle enkeltsagerne og hvad med alle undtagelserne? Skal vi bare holde op med at lytte til Transparency Internationals ros?

Translated title of the contribution: World's most honest country? Do we really believe it?: Denmark is again the world's least corrupt country. But what about all the 'exceptional cases' and the exceptions? Should be just stop listening to Transparency International's prasie

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Abstract

Critique of the Corruption Perceptions Index of Transparency International which has made Denmark the world's least corrupt country, despite continuing corruption scandals in Denmark. The Corruption Perception Index does not really address the kind of corruption we have in the Nordic countries.
Translated title of the contributionWorld's most honest country? Do we really believe it?: Denmark is again the world's least corrupt country. But what about all the 'exceptional cases' and the exceptions? Should be just stop listening to Transparency International's prasie
Original languageDanish
Pages1
Number of pages2
Specialist publicationBerlingske Tidende
Publication statusPublished - 2020 Feb 10

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Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Globalization Studies

Keywords

  • Social Anthropology
  • Corruption
  • Anti-corruption
  • Transparency International
  • Corruption Perceptions Index
  • Denmark
  • Corruption measurement
  • Trust

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