Government performance: Could it affected by corruption? Literature review
Keywords:Government Performance, Corruption, Literature Review
This study aims to explain the development of research on government performance and corruption. This study searched for articles relevant to government performance and corruption in 12 international journals with 23 articles indexed by Scopus Q1. The year of publication was ignored, but the search area was limited to the fields of business, management and accounting. The analysis is categorized into two sections, namely government performance and corruption, and criticism of government performance. In the government performance and corruption section, the themes are divided into research development, the relationship between government performance and corruption, and the impact of corruption on government performance. The findings show that corruption drives inefficiencies and imposes resource costs that can hinder economic progress, as well as lowering the quality of public services and creating injustice. This study suggests future researchers to conduct more intensive research related to the role of government performance in accounting, and consider other aspects that may affect the relationship between government performance and corruption. Future research can explore other topics related to government performance and corruption, such as the influence of anti-corruption policies, the role of oversight institutions, and the impact of information technology in improving transparency and accountability. Future research can also conduct comparative studies between countries or between regions to understand how the social, economic and political context affects the relationship between government performance and corruption.
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