The article argues that in this case, it is possible to implement regulation framework in the form of ICT uses. ICT use would greatly reduce how the traditional form of governance and planning in urban or other major projects would be corrupted. ICT makes the work of these agencies and these aspects as having better potential to monitor corrupt behavior and this impact is also seen to improve the overall social capital as well.
Now social capital, social aspects and the social impact of corruption remain a critical point in the previous research and authors are able to analyzed different sets of data to identify how ICT could indeed be very effective in implementing anti-corruption. Now in the context of planning projects, there would be much more transparency introduced, a form of feedbacks, or even trace to understand how the project movement can be tracked right from the design and planning stage also adds better credibility to the projects.
The work of Shin & Eom (2008) highlight the necessity for there to be focus on planning which encompasses three different aspects. These three aspects are the different levels of corruption. The first of this aspect is that of the bureaucratic professionalism that exists in the work and quality, the second is that of the bureaucratic quality that is involved and the third is that of the law enforcement that is possible with the given set of data on corruption. Where most existing research on the topic presents the issues of corruption in a much more theoretical sense, the work of Shin & Eom (2008) presents for the variables in a much more practical use sense.