Failure to successfully implement anti-corruption reforms can sometimes be traced to a lack of understanding of the fundamentally different nature of different forms of corruption. This paper illustrates this problem by exploring a form of corruption that has been notoriously difficult to define and measure, and that thereby in many cases falls under the radar of anti- corruption policy and practice: sexual corruption. 

Our focus on sexual corruption allows us to categorise and explore not only why and how this form of corruption differs from other forms of corruption, but also investigate the specific challenges involved in addressing the problem under different jurisdictions and cultural settings.

Part of the Chandler Papers. Read more about the Chandler Sessions on Integrity and Corruption.