Ethics and Integrity of Governance: Perspectives Across Frontiers

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L. W. Huberts, Jeroen Maesschalck, Carole L. Jurkiewicz
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2008 - Political Science - 275 pages
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The book is a welcome contribution to the literature on ethics as it provides a broader horizon of investigation than most familiar works in recent years. Jamil E. Jreisat, International Journal of Public Administration This book provides critical, up-to-
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
PART I Public service ethos values and integrity
5
a historical institutional approach to explaining continuity and change
7
change and recalibration
25
a framework for analysis
44
5 Judging a public officials integrity
65
PART II The integrity rationality and effectiveness of governance
83
the distorting effects of technical rationality
85
9 A paradigmatic shift in ethics and integrity management within the Dutch public sector? Beyond compliance a practitioners view
143
the impact of police leadership on police officers taking gratuities
159
PART IV Ethics and integrity and the politics of governance
179
a see no evil approach to civil service reform
181
private personal and public interests
197
13 Perceptions of corruption as distrust? Cause and effect in attitudes toward government
215
PART V Conclusion
237
14 Global perspectives on good governance policies and research
239

public servants perception about their work environment and ethical issues
101
PART III Ethics and integrity management and instruments
121
a regulators view
123

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