Anti-corruption as a variable for civil servants’ performance measurement: A systematic literature review

Rastiana Puspitarini

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The purpose of this research is to elaborate variables of anti-corruption in the performance measurement in civil servants. This study was conducted by describe and analyze the experience of Great Britain to reduce corruption in the public sector. A systematic leitrature review was conducted to analyse anti-corruption varibales in the civil servant performance measurement. The findings show that two main variables used in the performance measurement: moral revolution and compliance. The finding suggests that the need for integrating moral revolution and compliance in order to optimize the combating of corruption in public sectors.


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Public administration; Corruption

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21776/ub.jpas.2019.004.02.1

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