Nongovernmental Organisations and Corruption Prevention in Democratising Indonesia (1998–2008)
Like many transitional democracies, Indonesia has experienced increased activity by nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), including those which focus on the prevention of corruption. Scholarly literature suggests that the democratising context favours such organisations and their anti-corruption initiatives. However, the reality may be more complex than the literature suggests. Based on an assumption that there is a negative correlation between accountability...[Show more]
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