Reporting Corruption from within Papua New Guinea's Public Financial Management System
For Papua New Guinea (PNG) to achieve its development aspirations, effective utilisation of public expenditure is essential. However, significant weaknesses exist in its decentralised political, fiscal and administrative arrangements, which open up spaces for corruption. This paper explores the potential of technology-based corruption reporting in the midst of substantial fiscal and logistical pressures. The research was designed to be of practical assistance to those with an interest in...[Show more]
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