Corruption is systemically eliminated in incentivized asynalagonomies initiated according to the guidelines first proposed by James Carvin, using the HAND System. All the more so if prior to the transition from sociocapitalism they are well prepared with Constitution reforms that initiate adequate anti-corruption measures. Such asynalagonomies are governed by the people and for them rather than by the few. In some asynalagonomies there may well be a blurred distinction between a public and private sector, where “governors” are essentially managers of various departments.
Under Carvin’s guidelines, the reasons are systemic. First, management is accomplished through the Human Availability and Needs Database System (HANDS) and managerial employment, including government, can be handled just like any job if the people will it, even by volunteers, but for the sake of stability, elections and representative government are normative, where leadership is best vested in a few. Either way, the privileges of and need for various jobs are established through the HANDS. If governors need larger departments or not, they need only say so through the HAND System, where they can interview, vet and appoint as all agree.
Second, accountability of leaders is accomplished through random auditing and auditing of auditors with greater frequency than other job types, making such work less desirable for the devious and self-serving. Jobs related to resource management and planning provide fair privilege due to this inconvenience but it is not on the level of the least desirable jobs. If it pays more to be a police officer on the beat than a governor or chief of police, then it is likely that a person will avoid leadership for the wrong reasons. In the HAND System, it is the least desirable jobs that come with the greatest privilege. Since there is no shortage of people wishing to manage, due to the too many chiefs and not enough Indians tendency among arm chair critics, the system is inherently merit based and filters to those who have a passion for managing well.
Third, the tendency to preparation is not random. Adequate constitutional reform involving measures against corruption will typically precede an incentivized asynalagonomy because political willingness must be adequate for such a transition in the first place and this requires attitudes of true public service. Depending on the Constitution, government may or may not be a distinct entity from the people. If it is, its power and economic privilege is still limited so that public service as a career is not self-serving. As an example, there are the five initial anti-corruption measures of the Restoration Party in the United States – (1)Term Limits for Congress, (2)the American Anti-Corruption Act, (3)the American Prosperity Act, (4)the Equality of Influence Act and (5)the Better Voting Systems Act. While some of these measures become obsolete in an incentivized asynalagonomy, the HAND System naturally flows from the Better Voting Systems Act, which advances both intrinsically fair and unhackable unriggable voting systems.