This report brings together the findings of 25 National Integrity System assessments carried out across Europe in 2011. It is part of a pan-European anti-corruption initiative, supported by the Directorate-General Home Affairs of the European Commission.

The initiative systematically assesses the anti-corruption systems of 25 European states, and advocates for sustainable and effective reform, as appropriate, in the different countries. It highlights important trends across the region, pointing to the most significant deficiencies and gaps in the national integrity systems and shining the light on some promising practices that emerge from the country assessments.

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Money, Politics, Power: Corruption risks in Europe