Repeating Ineffectiveness: The Strategy of Eradicating Bribery in The Jokowi Administration

Yunanto, Sri and Damayanti, Angel and Satispi, Evi (2021) Repeating Ineffectiveness: The Strategy of Eradicating Bribery in The Jokowi Administration. Asian Studies International Journal. pp. 40-45. ISSN 2279 1947

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Bribery has been rampant in Indonesia since the kingdom and colonial era. It has become a severe impediment to implement good governance, specifically in promoting satisfactory public services. Hence, the Indonesian government has adopted various strategies to combat bribery from the Old Order to the reformation era. Some of these strategies have applied the system of eradicating bribery in annihilating corruption. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the Jokowi administration's approach in eliminating the prevalence of bribery, mainly coordinated by Satgas Saber Pungli/SSP (The Bribery Eradication Task Force). A qualitative method was employed, and the data were obtained from primary resources, such as documents, news and interviews, as well as secondary resources. Moreover, this article utilized the principal-agent theoretical framework and concluded that Jokowi's strategy in combating bribery was ineffective. It repeated the ineffectiveness of strategies for eradicating bribery adopted by the Indonesian governments preceding Jokowi. Keywords: Bribery, Strategy, Ineffective, Jokowi, Government, Rampant

Item Type: Article
Depositing User: Mr Alexander Jeremia
Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2022 03:30
Last Modified: 26 Aug 2022 04:09

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