The main objective of this study is to determine how well a sample of G20 countries is doing at the national level in translating the commitments contained within each of the six G20 Anti-Corruption Open Data Principles into national policies and practices. This includes the availability of key anti-corruption datasets as open data. The research has been conducted for a representative selection of countries, consisting of Germany, France, Brazil, South Africa and Indonesia.

The analytical framework follows directly from the G20 Anti-Corruption Open Data Principles; in other words, the framework is structured around the six main principles.

  1. Open by Default
  2. Timely and Comprehensive
  3. Accessible and Usable
  4. Comparable and Interoperable
  5. For Improved Governance and Citizen Engagement
  6. For Inclusive Development and Innovation


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