Public Sector Auditing Reform and Accountability in Indonesia: Theory, Concept, Practice and Implementation in Public Policy and Administrative Sciences
This book aims to enrich the existing literature on public administration, public accountability and public sector auditing. The content of the book is based on research that was undertaken through a comprehensive examination of the quality of information in the audit reports of the Indonesian State Audit Institution (Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan or BPK) with comparisons made between pre audit reform (1945-2000) and post audit reform (2001-2009). The book also evaluates the factors infuencing the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of BPK audit information. To achieve these purposes, two main research questions were the focus of the book: How is the quality of information in BPK audit reports before and after audit reform? What are the key factors influencing the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of information in BPK audit reports?
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