December 21, 2020
Tóth, I. J. and Hajdu, M. 2020. Factors Affecting the Corruption Risk and Intensity of Competition in Public Procurement at the Level of Local Government. Working Paper Series: CRCB-WP/2020:1. Budapest: CRCB.
This paper investigates the level of corruption risk and intensity of competition of public tenders at the municipal level in Hungary. It analyses the relationship of these factors with the level of human capital, economic development, and settlement size. The paper’s novelty is the sub-national level, and that the research is based on microdata (contract level read more
2019. szeptember 10.
A közbeszerzési adatok rendezett formában, adattáblában való közlésével a CRCB segíteni szeretné a magyar állampolgárok tájékozódását.
Véleményünk szerint az az adatközlési forma a legjobb, amely áttekinthető és megkönnyíti a szerződés szintű adatok statisztikai elemzését. Mindez a transzparenciát és korrupció elleni fellépést szolgálja. A transzparencia ugyanis nagyon fontos eszköz a korrupció elleni fellépésben. Minél read more
March 11, 2019
Transparency and Integrity: The Online Presence of Hungarian Municipalities. Analysis of urban municipalities’ websites in Hungary – 2018
Results of a joint research program with Budapest Institute
The transparency of the operation of the local governments and the follow-up of their decision-making process by the citizens are very important to achieve good governance. It is vital that citizens should easily access the data concerning the decisions made by their local read more
18 July 2016
This report analyses information disclosure practices on 368 Hungarian municipalities’ websites from 2015 and it compares the results with the ones from 2013 with the following focus points: transparency, accountability, and informing citizens. The analysis is based on the laws regulating information disclosure in Hungary. The report measures the degree to which municipalities’ websites abide by the legal requirements. Transparency and openness are among the most important indices that are read more
5 July 2016
In this paper the CRCB analyses – as part of a pilot research project – 92 City Council websites of four European countries (Great-Britain, France, Germany and Hungary) using content analysis. We are trying to explore two questions: to what extent transparency is present (i) and how the principle of responsibility appear on the local government websites (ii)? The data collection took place between September and November 2015.
The transparency of the operation of the local governments and the read more