Abstract: The report provides an introduction to the international debate and experiences with procurement-related corruption, as well as recommendations on anti-corruption measures to be implemented in procurement procedures.
This study was initially carried out for a research institute in Angola, the Angola-Instituto de Pesquisa Económica e Social (AIP), as a contribution to the domestic preparations for a public procurement reform. This version is generalised and discusses the topic without any specific country in mind.
Søreide, T. (2002). Corruption in public procurement. Causes, consequences and cures. Chr. Michelsen Institute.