This paper explores corruption in Indonesia using a number of measures and indexes. It discusses the role of different officials in Indonesia’s political landscape, as well as the country’s changing attitudes and policies toward corruption. Despite increasing prosecution and public embarrassment, there is little evidence that corruption in Indonesia is on the decline. The piece concludes by examining necessary reforms.


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