Accountability is a matter of using trusted money in ways that corresponds to your “contract” with those who pay. In other words, some use of money is wrong, some is right. There is a technical, bureaucratic element of accountability that has to do with establishing good account systems, audits etc, in order to avoid fraud. And, there is a normative, purpose-oriented, element, which has to do with what we use the money for. This paper will focus on the purpose-oriented side of the concept, and will try to point at some practices that could make it possible to establish procedures about this element.
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