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Prabowo H.Y. To be corrupt or not to be corrupt. Understanding the behavioral side of corruption in Indonesia. Journal of Money Laundering Control. 2014. Vol. 17. Iss. 3. Pp. 306-326.
Schütte S.A. Against the odds: anti-corruption reform in Indonesia. Public Administration & Development. 2012. Vol. 32. Iss. 1. Pp. 38-48.
Setiyono B., McLeod R.H. Civil society organisations’ contribution to the anti-corruption movement in Indonesia. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. 2010. Vol. 46. Iss. 3. Pp. 347-370.
Singgih E.G. Some notes on corruption in Indonesia: a cultural-religious perspective. Exchange. 2012. Vol. 41. Iss. 4. Pp. 311-319.
Tidey S. Corruption and adherence to rules in the construction sector: reading the “bidding books”. American Anthropologist. 2013. Vol. 115. Iss. 2. Pp. 188-202.

In this article, I explore how anticorruption strategies affected a tender held in 2008 at the Department of Public Works in Kupang, eastern Indonesia, in ways both unexpected and unintended. I show how anticorruption programs get refracted at the local level and become unanchored from their original intention, leading to an obsession with adherence to the form of the anticorruption discourse that runs counter to its spirit and actually undermines the anticorruption initiative by providing new opportunities for corruption. Here I contribute to recent anthropological attention to both corruption and documents by looking at how traces of corrupt procedures can be found in the very documents designed to counter them. I argue that documents form a significant ethnographic point of departure from which to study the unintended effects of anticorruption programs, especially when they perform the ambiguous effect of both strengthening the anticorruption discourse and subverting it. 

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Blackham A., Williams G. The accountability of members of Australia’s federal parliament for misconduct. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal. 2013. Vol. 13. Iss. 1. Pp. 115-156.
O’Dwyer B., Madden G. Ethical codes of conduct in Irish companies: a survey of code content and enforcement procedures. Journal of Business Ethics. 2006. Vol. 63. Iss. 3. Pp. 217-236.
Smith G. Assessing the effectiveness of ethics legislation in influencing parliamentary attitudes toward corruption: a cross national comparison between the UK and Ireland. Journal of Public affairs. 2011. Vol. 11. Iss. 2. Pp. 100-110.
Галушко Д.В. Некоторые аспекты имплементации положений Конвенции Европейского Союза о борьбе с коррупцией 1997 года в правовой системе Ирландии. В сборнике: Уголовное право и криминология: современное состояние и перспективы развития. Сборник научных трудов. Воронеж. 2008. С. 65-79.
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Anduiza E., Gallego A., Muñoz J. Turning a blind eye: experimental evidence of partisan bias in attitudes toward corruption. Comparative Political Studies. 2013. Vol. 46. Iss. 12. Pp. 1664-1692.

This article considers how partisanship conditions attitudes towards corruption. Stirred by the puzzle of why corruption does not seem to have the electoral consequences we would expect, it explores whether party supporters are more tolerant towards corruption cases when they affect their own party. The partisan-bias hypothesis is confirmed by a survey experiment carried out in Spain, a country where a number of corruption scandals have been recently visible. The results show that the same offense is judged differently depending on whether the responsible politician is a member of the respondent's party, of unknown partisan affiliation, or of a rival party. Furthermore, the degree of partisan bias depends on political sophistication. This suggests that although partisanship may induce tolerance to same-party corruption practices, the partisan bias disappears when political awareness is high. 

Benito B., Guillamón M.-D., Bastida F. Determinants of urban political corruption in local governments. Crime, Law & Social Change. 2015. Vol. 63. Iss. 3/4. Pp. 191-210.
De Lancer Julnes P., Villoria M. Understanding and addressing citizens’ perceptions of corruption: the case of Spain. International Review of Public Administration. 2014. Vol. 19. Iss. 1. Pp. 23-43.
Garcia-Sanchez I.-M., Rodrigues-Domingues L., Gallego-Alvarez I. CEO qualities and codes of ethics. European Journal of Law and Economics. 2013. Vol. 35. Iss. 2. Pp. 295-312.
Jiménez F. Building boom and political corruption in Spain. South European Society & Politics. 2009. Vol. 14. Iss. 3. Pp. 255-272.

As evidenced by the countless scandals of recent years, town planning has become a very serious source of political corruption in Spain. As will be analysed in this article, corruption was caused by the confluence of three major factors: the singularities of the Spanish town-planning model, defective oversight mechanisms for municipalities, and the extraordinary growth of housing construction during the last ten years. Finally, the new law on the subject is reviewed and solutions are suggested.

Jiménez F., García-Quesada M., Villoria M. Integrity systems, values and expectations: explaining differences in the extent of corruption in three Spanish local governments. International Journal of Public Administration. 2014. Vol. 37. Iss. 2. Pp. 67-82.
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