Corruption in Iceland describes the prevention and occurrence of corruption in Iceland .
According to several sources, corruption is not common on a daily basis in Iceland .   However, the overall financial crisis and subsequent revelations have had a negative impact on the integrity and independence of Iceland’s governing institutions. 
Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 14th place out of 176 countries. 
According to GRECO ‘s evaluation report 2013, the Icelandic political system was weakened by potential nepotism , close personal relationships between public officials and political patronage at the local level.  In general, businesses do not consider corruption in doing business in Iceland, according to the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report2013-2014. 
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