Research

The ICAC conducts original research on corruption and related issues, and in doing so, seeks to better inform efforts to reduce corruption. As previous research in this field is limited, the research the ICAC undertakes is significant.

From time to time the ICAC also participates in collaborative research projects which deal with key governance issues relevant to the ICAC's jurisdiction.

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Community attitudes to corruption and the ICAC

22/12/03 Research report Research

Profiling the NSW Public Sector. Functions, risks and corruption resistance strategie...

Key topics: agency functions; corruption risks; corruption prevention strategies

01/02/03 Research report Research

Unravelling Corruption II - Exploring changes in the Public Sector Perspective 1993-1...

Key topics: public sector management

01/04/01 Research report Research

Unravelling corruption II – Summary – Corruption…who wants to know?

01/04/01 Research report Research

Community attitudes to corruption and the ICAC 1996

01/05/97 Research report Research

Community attitudes to corruption and the ICAC 1995

01/03/96 Research report Research

Community attitudes to corruption and the ICAC: 1994

01/05/95 Research report Research

Unravelling corruption: a public sector perspective: Survey of NSW public sector empl...

01/04/94 Research report Research

Community attitudes to Corruption and the ICAC: ICAC public attitudes survey 1993

01/03/94 Research report Research

Unravelling corruption: a public sector perspective: summary report

01/03/94 Research report Research