Money-Scape: A Generic Agent-Based Model of Corruption
There has been a lot of works on corruption cases. We must think that corruption is a cultural aspect in a social life. We cannot separate the corruption with the cultural system where the corruption raised. Indonesia has been recorded to be one of the countries of the worst economic and political system on corruption case. The paper is introducing the usage of agent based simulation for analyzing the corruption specifically in Indonesia as the biggest corruption level. The model showed is named money-scape, inspiring by the way of corrupt bureaucracy in Indonesia. The paper showed how the situation taken by the revolutionary strategies combating corruption and some peaceful and smart strategies generically.
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