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After a decade of decline, Australia is back on the rise in a global anti-corruption ranking

By Adam Graycar, Professor of Public Policy, University of Adelaide
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Australia slipped from 7th to 18th in the rankings over the past decade. But this year we’ve climbed back to 13th thanks to reforms in key areas including the new National Anti-Corruption Commission.The Conversation

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