Characteristics Affecting Anti-corruption Behavior in Indonesia

Ahmad Kosasih(1*),

(1) BPS-Statistics Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


The problem of corruption in Indonesia at this time is nothing new in the midst of Indonesian people. Low integrity and permissive culture of corruption are suspected to be the cause of the development of corrupt practices. The Indonesia Anti-Corruption Behavior Index (ACBI)) compiled by Statistics Indonesia (Indonesia: BadanPusatStatistik / BPS) is used to obtain a complete picture of the current situation and conditions of community anti-corruption behavior. This study aims to determine the characteristics that differentiate Anti-Corruption Behavior Index (ACBI)scores. The analytical method used is descriptive and non-parametric analysis to determine differences in ACBI seen from other dimensions and characteristics such as residential area, education level, and age group. In general, ACBI in Indonesia has continued to increase from 2012 and reached the highest moment in 2020, amounting to 3.91 in the category of very anti-corruption. The dimensions and characteristics of the area of residence and the level of education have significant differences in ACBI, while the age groups do not have differences in ACBI. Policies in an effort to improve anti-corruption behavior of the community need to pay attention to dimensions and characteristics that have significant differences so that the policies implemented can be right on target.

Keywords


Corruption, Indonesia ACBI, Characteristics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21532/apfjournal.v6i1.203

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