Ethics in Public Management
H. George Frederickson, Richard K. Ghere
M.E. Sharpe, Jan 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 390 pages
The groundbreaking Ethics in Public Administration set the agenda for a decade's worth of research in the theory and practice of ethics in the public sector. This long-awaited follow-up volume represents the state of the art in research on administrative ethics. It features all new contributions by many of the leading figures in the field, and addresses both the managerial and individual/moral dimensions of ethical behavior as well as new challenges to administrative ethics posed by globalization.
A detailed introduction, opening passage, and conclusion lend context to each of the book's four main sections. Ethics in Public Management is must reading for any graduate level course in public sector ethics.
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