The Roles of the Government Internal Control System to Minimize Corruption Through the Fraud Star

Haryono Umar, Ulfah Apriani, Rahima Br. Purba


The research discussed a pressure, opportunity, as well as rationalization have a positive effect on corruption. However, the system does not weaken the positive influence of opportunity, rationalization, and ability on corruption neither does the internal control strengthen the negative influence of integrity on corruption. Therefore, SPIP in the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia must be able to adapt to the COSO theory since the Court is a government body that is specifically characterized as a law enforcing authority to decide a case in court.

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International Journal of Financial Research
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