Corruption Perception Index

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The Corruption Perception Index (CPI) is a comparative assessment of a country’s integrity performance along with related academic research on corruption. Provide a description of this index and its ranking. Identify the five countries with the lowest and five with highest CPI scores according to this index.
1.0 INTRODUCTION Ethics is accepted principles of right or wrong that govern the conduct of a person, the members of a profession and the actions of an organization. There are five ethical issues which are employment practices, human rights, environmental regulations, corruption and the moral obligation of multinational companies. Corruption means misusing public office for personal gain for example, by accepting bribes or
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Therefore, these two agencies will have effective anti-corruption measures and the sound legal framework continue to ensure government integrity. Lastly in terms of economic development. New Zealand’s strong commitment to economic freedom has resulted in a policy framework that encourages impressive economic resilience. Have high GDP per capita, low inequality rates and priorities human right issues (e.g. gender equality, freedom of information). Government enclosed all the information to avoid corruption.

2.2 Denmark In the 2011 Corruption Perception Index (CPI), Denmark is the second top with a score of 9.4 after the New Zealand. Denmark have been consistently ranked at the top of the CPI and are perceived to be the least corrupt of all the countries surveyed (http://www.guardian.co.uk). Denmark is the country that was contribute less corruption due to some factors. Firstly is through the culture. Their people were well known as hardworking and able to articulate their opinion. It means these citizens were able to put thoughts and feelings into clear speech. They are too brave to speak. If there is any wrongdoings occured among themselves, they were advise and together in avoiding that fault. They are also practising openness. Openness is an incredible force to change society and to make sure the population can influence
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