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Corruption and good governance in the colonial administration of the Dutch East Indies and the Philippines , 1850-1942. Sanne Deckwitz University of Amsterdam Berlin, 20 October 2012. Periodization. In the period 1850-1942, the colonial administrative cultures changed dramatically

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Corruption and goodgovernance in the colonialadministration of the Dutch East Indies and the Philippines, 1850-1942

Sanne Deckwitz

University of Amsterdam

Berlin, 20 October 2012

periodization
Periodization
  • In the period 1850-1942, the colonial administrative cultures changed dramatically
  • Bureaucratic processes became more complicated
  • First attempts were made to introduce forms of democratic control
  • Did this lead to more efficient and just forms of administration?
historical i nstitutionalism hi
HistoricalInstitutionalism(HI)
  • The roleinstitutionsplay in structuringbehavior
  • Characterizedby:
    • The desire to answerrealworldempiricalquestions
    • Itshistoricalorientation
    • Attention to the ways in whichinstitutionsstructure and shapepoliticalbehavior and outcomes
feedback
Feedback
  • Construction of ananalyticalframeworkforexplaining the ways in whichinstitutions and institutionalchange have affectedadministrative performance?
  • Includeperiodafterindependence?
  • Possibleinstitutions / case studies:
    • Religion and religiousinstitutions
    • Educationalinstitutions
    • Law and the legal system
    • Mass media
    • Civil society
sources
Sources
  • Legislation
  • Official charters and procedures
  • Parliamentarydocuments
  • Political-philosophicalbooks/pamphlets
  • Catechisms and sermons
  • Newspaperarticles