What technologies are used, what is their intended funcation in fighting corruption?

Note the revised required readings, now posted in the updated syllabus: Park and Kim. 2019. “E-government as an anti-corruption tool: panel data analysis across countries,” International Review of Administrative Sciences. Vol. 86, No. 4. Read only Introduction and Literature Review sections, stop reading at “theoretical framework and hypotheses.
Crawford, Christopher. 2015. “Crowdsourcing anti-corruption: ‘Like Yelp, but for bad governments’,” The Guardian.
Skim www.ipaidabribe.com
Homework questions:
For the Park and Kim reading: In about 500 words, summarize the concepts behind e-government as an anti-corruption strategy. What technologies are used, what is their intended funcation in fighting corruption? Relate the use of technology in anti-corruption back to our initial five explanatory frameworks. Which of these frameworks are being addressed with this use of technology?
For the Crawford reading and reviewing ipaidabribe.com: In about 500 words, summarize the concepts behind the use of technology to crowdsource the anti-corruption effort in India. Clearly, crowdsourcing is a new governance approach made possible through technology. What elements of our original fiive explanatory frameworks does this anti-corruption strategy employ?

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