Panopticism and Financial Controls: The Anti-Corruption Project in Public Administration
Type of Work
Crime, Law and Social Change
This article examines financial controls, including accounting and auditing, as an anti-corruption methodology in public administration. Part I places accounting and auditing in the context of the anti-corruption project, the reformist pursuit of corruption-free government. Part II presents a case study of the evolution of anti-corruption accounting and auditing strategies in New York City. Part III examines the impacts of more comprehensive and intrusive financial controls for contemporary public administration.
Anechiarico, Frank and Jacobs, James B., "Panopticism and Financial Controls: The Anti-Corruption Project in Public Administration" (1994). Hamilton Digital Commons.
Hamilton Areas of Study
Government, Public Policy