An updated version of my anticorruption bibliography is available from my faculty webpage. A direct link to the pdf of the full bibliography is here, and a list of the new sources added in this update is here. The bibliography now contains over 5,000 sources! On the upside, that means we’ve actually got quite a lot of potentially useful research on corruption’s causes, consequences, and possible solutions. On the downside, there’s so much that it’s a bit overwhelming, and it’s not clear we, as an anticorruption community, have done a great job in distilling the lessons learned from all this research. This is a challenge I’m hoping to tackle in the coming years, and would welcome any help! And, of course, I continue to welcome suggestions for other sources that are not yet included in the bibliography.