Anti-corruption training in Indonesia
does it make a difference?
In Indonesia, the anti-corruption program is currently improving in terms of both quality and quantity. However, this anti-corruption campaign has been ineffective in reducing the number of actual corruption cases in Indonesia. This study evaluates one of the programs used to fight corruption, specifically anti-corruption training. Anti-corruption training is intended to develop anti-corruption values in public sector employees. This paper aims to examine the components of anti-corruption training in Indonesia's public sector that influence the tendency to justify corruption. This study examines several components of anti-corruption training, including participant participation, training completion, and delivery methods. This article surveyed an online platform. It was discovered that training participation, repetition, in-person education, and online instruction had a significant effect on the tendency to justify corruption. However, the delivery mode of focus group discussion had no discernible effect on the tendency to justify corruption. The findings of this study have policy and managerial implications for designing an effective anti-corruption program, especially anti-corruption training.
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