Most Corrupt Countries? How evaluated?
Mind you that it was published in 2013. Compare with current evaluation, and check if the indicators changed in priority
Transparency International has published its 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), which ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their administrative and political institutions are perceived to be on a scale from 0 (highly corrupt) and a 100 (very clean).
MICHAEL KELLEY posted last Dec. 3, 2013
The 18 Most Corrupt Countries In The World
Syria, in the midst of a brutal civil war, dropped eight points in the last year as government officials profit from the food crisis.
Libya, in the midst of post-revolutionary turmoil, dropped six points to surpass Iraq in official corruption.
Here’s the top 18:
Denmark, New Zealand, Finland, and Sweden are list as the four least corrupt countries while the U.S. came in 19th.
Note: I wonder if there is any correlation between corruption and misery indexes in countries, and whether the political structure is the main culprit in these indexes.
And here’s an interactive version of the map: