Whatever You Do, Never Use the C Word: An Overview of Southeast Asian Anti-Corruption Research and Applications
AbstractThe 40 years of anti-corruption (AC) research and practices, the progress made, and the challenges ahead in East Asia carve out the pre-conditions for effective AC agencies. These preconditions are put in a wider context of organizational-technical, political-economic, and microeconomic research, using surveying, modeling, mapping and risk-analyses, the main diagnostics of applied AC research to single out country/sector specific AC strategies. Systemic AC research is only ten years young, progressing along the tangibles of procurement, financial management, and service delivery, given the emerging body of political-economic country and sector studies, and identifying corruption and possible interventions. The academe and policy research should advance along the axes of financial control and political context.
How to Cite
LIGTHART, Michael. Whatever You Do, Never Use the C Word: An Overview of Southeast Asian Anti-Corruption Research and Applications. Philippine Journal of Public Administration, [S.l.], v. 54, n. 1-2, p. 239-256, nov. 2012. ISSN ISSN 0031-7675. Available at: <http://ovcrd.upd.edu.ph/pjpa/article/view/3418>. Date accessed: 21 aug. 2017.
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