Bio

My area of expertise is corruption, political symbolism and anti-corruption social movements in Indonesia. My doctoral research looked at the use of anti-corruption symbolism in Indonesia's 2014 national legislative election and I have published articles based on this research.

I have recently authored a chapter on challenges facing the anti-corruption movement in Indonesia during the democratic transition. I have recently embarked on a project researching the role of lobby groups and campaign donations in determining government tobacco policy. I am currently engaged as an academic at the University of Sydney.

I am very interested in engaging with practitioners and scholars of anti-corruption, both to keep my own research up-to-date and to share what I have learned through my studies.

Related Publications

Research Toolkit: Monitoring Conventions

  • uncac
  • convention against corruption united nations uncac
  • conventions
  • oecd anti-bribery convention
  • greco
  • inter-american convention against corruption mesicic
  • asian development bank
  • african peer review mechanism
  • third-party monitoring

The role of political party finance reform in the transition from dominant to competitive party systems

  • political finance
  • international standards

Financement de la vie politique française: l'urgence d'une réforme

  • political finance
  • campaign finance
  • electoral campaigns
  • political parties
  • political financing

Anti-Corruption Kit: 15 Ideas for Young Activists

  • youth

Malawi: Overview of Corruption and Anti-Corruption

  • malawi
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Elisabeth Kramer

Affiliation

University of Sydney

Professional Title

Dr

Region

  • Asia Pacific

Country/Territory

Topics

Email Address

elisabeth.kramer@sydney.edu.au

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