Baseline Study of Corruption in Nigeria

Date: January – April 2018

Country: Nigeria

Client: Department for International Development (DFID)

Carried out a comprehensive baseline study of corruption in Nigeria to provide a detailed literature review on the incidence of corruption in Nigeria with focus on the political economy of corruption, corruption and its causes, culture and social norms, demography, cost of corruption, and assets recovery; analyzed the local and international anti-corruption measures that have been taken to curb corruption; and analyzed the Anti-Corruption in Nigeria (ACORN) theory of change with the goal of highlighting how the intervention contributed to the fight against corruption in Nigeria.