About

The aim of this blog is to force me to read and aggregate current news, opinion and analysis of corruption in post-Suharto Indonesia, particularly the law and politics of corruption prosecutions.  I suspect that I will also include posts on Indonesian law and politics more broadly and anything else that catches my eye.

I am a PhD student at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford.  My PhD project is focused–surprise, surprise–on sub-national corruption prosecutions, i.e. the district and, to a lesser extent, the provincial level.  I have  previously worked for the World Bank in Indonesia, and continue to consult for them from time to time.  My university profile is available here.

The blog is mostly written in English, but I include many Indonesian language sources.  Comments in either English or Indonesian are very welcome.

Samuel Clark

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