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Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
Corruption Survey of Enterprises 2009
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  • In WB survey only firms with minimum of 5 workers were surveyed
  • Calculations made based on 80 responses
  • Top 5 & bottom 5
  • (51 responses)
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    • 1. March 23rd, 2010 Yerevan CORRUPTION SURVEY OF ENTERPRISES 2009 Mobilizing Action Against Corruption
    • 2. General overview of the two surveys
      • Household 2009
      • 1515 respondents (18 and above, individuals)
      • Sampling Method : multistage cluster sampling, stratified by region and urban/rural
      • Sampling Frame : HH lists provided by Electric Network of Armenia CJSC
      • Margin of Error : ± 2.6% (95% confidence level)
      • Coverage : all marzes
      • Enterprise 2009
      • 400 respondents (business leaders)
      • Sampling Method: random
      • Sampling Frame: list of taxpayers compiled from various sources (Spyur, governmental websites)
      • Margin of Error: ± 4.9% (95% confidence level)
      • Coverage: all marzes
    • 3. Corruption survey of enterprise leaders: the “average firm” * WB survey asks if the principle owner of the enterprise is male. CRRC survey records the gender of the respondent. CRRC Survey 2009 WB Enterprise Survey 2009 Age, year 7.9 9.9 Composition of ownership (within a firm, %) - Private Domestic 93.9 89.9 - Foreign 5.2 7.7 - Government/State 0.6 0.7 % of Firms with Female in Top Management Position* 28.8 13.5
    • 4. Composition of surveyed businesses by size (number of employees)
    • 5. Q75 - Composition of sample by sector
    • 6. Q90 - Daily engagement in international business
    • 7. Composition of respondents by position and gender
    • 8. What keeps businesses back?
    • 9. Q 81 - Company development expectations
    • 10. Q2 - Perception of the current economic situation
    • 11. Q5 - Obstacles for business development (average score, from “1”- not an obstacle to “7” - very serious obstacle)
    • 12. Q4 - The most serious problems facing Armenia (multiple frequencies, up to 3 answers possible)
    • 13. Q 35 - How serious of a problem is corruption in Armenia?
    • 14. Public Candor, Private Caution
    • 15. Q62 - How often do you think companies make donations as political contributions to a party or movement during an electoral campaign?
    • 16. Q17 - In the contracts between your company and government during the last 24 months how often have there been:
    • 17. Q15 - Participation in public bids or tenders during the last 24 months (Yes)
    • 18. Q18 - Reasons for decision not to participate in the public bids and tenders
    • 19. Q25 - Public officials often request or make you feel obligated to pay contributions. Has this ever happened to you while filing paperwork?
    • 20. Q 59 - How often are companies obligated to make unofficial payments to public officials in the following business operations? (average score from 1 – “n ever” to 7 – “a lways”)
    • 21. Q 38 - Corruption level by institutions: top & bottom 5 (average rank, from 1 – “not corrupt at all” to 7 – “completely corrupt”)
    • 22. Q28 - The judicial system… (average score from 1 – “ strongly disagree” to 7 – “completely agree”)
    • 23. Q30 - Reasons that affected your decision not to apply to judicial system (average score, from 1 – “ not affected” to 7 – “completely affected”)
    • 24. Q31 - Have you resolved any significant conflict of your company during the last 24 months?
    • 25. Q32 - Ways you used to resolve the business conflict (51 responses)
    • 26. Q33 - During the past 12 months, have you heard of anyone paying bribes to obtain a public service?
    • 27. Interviewers ’ impression W3. How often did you feel the respondent was reluctant to answer the questions? Never. 56,6 Less than 20% of questions 27,8 Less than 40% of questions 8,5 Less than half of questions. 3,3 More than half questions 3,8
    • 28. Public Consensus
    • 29. Q34 - For each of these actions, do you think this action represents corruption?   Yes, PE Yes, HH Paying a judge to achieve favorable treatment 97% 94% Giving cash to a police officer to avoid revoking your driving license 89% 88% Using connections to exempt someone close to you from military service 79% 74% Abuse of official position for private business purposes 79% 78% A student or a student’s parent giving a professor a gift on the day of exams 78% 81% A public official helping a relative get accepted into a university 75% 67% Making small unofficial payments for delivery of pensions 71% 63% A public official recommending a relative for a position in a ministry 69% 59% Using an office car by a government employee for private purposes 52% 49% Giving a gift to a doctor to grant you special care of you 45% 47% Picking flowers or fruit from a neighbor’s garden without permission 8% 10%
    • 30. Q 40 - Where is corruption most severe?
    • 31. Q41B - Over the past year, how did the frequency with which public officials requested bribes change?
    • 32. Q42 - Certainty of obtaining service after paying a bribe
    • 33. Q44, Q47 - How would you react if you were asked to accept or give a bribe ?
    • 34. Q48 - Why would you give it? Q49 - Why would you not give it? Reasons PE HH Because there's no other way I can obtain the service 84% 80% Because everyone gives 7% 10% I will try to negotiate the price 6% 4% Other 3% 7% Reasons PE HH Because it is unacceptable for me 67% 66% Because I will try to resolve the issue through legal means 18% 10% Other 10% 17% Because there is a high risk to be punished 2% 8% I don't have money/means to give it 2% N/A It is pointless 1% N/A
    • 35. Reasons PE HHs Because I need money 35% 52% Because everybody takes it 32% 34% Because I have to "share" it with my supervisor(s) 21% 6% As a "payment" for my good will/efforts 7% N/A Other 4% 9% Q45 - Why would you take it? Q46 - Why would you not take it? Reasons PE HHs Because it is unacceptable for me 81% 75% Because there is a high risk to be punished 10% 11% Because I will try to resolve the issue through legal means 4% 5% Other 4% 8%
    • 36. Q 43 - The main motives behind corrupt practices Motives PE HE There is no other way to get things done 29% 32% To speed up the processes/procedures 27% 24% To avoid punishment/sanctions 13% 11% To avoid higher official payments 9% 9% To get preferential treatment/privileges 7% 6% To have alternative source of income 6% 7% To be treated (served) appropriately 5% 7% Practice of obligatory (illegal) "payments" to supervisor 4% 3% Other 1% 2%
    • 37. Change
    • 38. Q54 - To what extent do you think corruption can be reduced in Armenia?
    • 39. Q72 - Concrete actions you can personally undertake to help combat corruption
    • 40. Q70 - Are you aware of any anti-corruption measures being taken by the Government of Armenia?
    • 41. Q71 - How effective is the Government's fight against corruption in Armenia?
    • 42. Q66 - Mention three entities which you believe could head strategies in the fight against corruption? (open ended question, up to 3 answers possible)
    • 43. Q69 - Do you agree that NGOs are capable to combat corruption in Armenia?
    • 44. Q65 - If it is up to you, what would you do to reduce corruption? ( open-ended question, up to 3 answers possible )
    • 45. Q55 - What percentage of your company's monthly income would you be willing to pay so that corruption in the private sector were eliminated in Armenia?

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