Public Integrity Index: 8.84

Australia is a good model of control of corruption, with low administrative burden and high transparency. Its performance has been achieved through broad reforms, including good quality education, meritocracy and gradual administrative reform which resulted in highly accountable and effective government. Seeing that it started as a penal colony, its achievement has many worthy lessons. No recent trends are worth reporting.

See Australia on Index of Public Integrity

Selected trends from the Public Integrity Index

Trends in Judicial Independence, Administrative Burden, Freedom of the Press over the past 13 years

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