|aEthics and integrity in public administration :|bconcepts and cases /|cedited by Raymond W. Cox III.
|aArmonk, N.Y. :|bM.E. Sharpe,|cc2009.
|axii, 268 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tDemocratic morality : back to the future /|rThomas Dexter Lynch and Cynthia E. Lynch --|tI that is we : recognition and administrative ethics /|rMichael Macaulay --|tEthical failings, incompetence, and administrative evil : lessons from Katrina and Iraq /|rGuy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour --|tAdministrative leadership and transparency /|rCharles Garofalo and Dean Geuras --|tImplications of organizational influence on ethical behavior : an analysis of the perceptions of public managers /|rRodney Erakovich and Sherman Wyman --|tPublic management in a culture of waiver /|rHarold Moeller --|tEthics management and ethical management /|rAlan Lawton and Michael Macaulay --|tPolitics and numbers : the iron cage of governance indices /|rTero Erikkilä and Ossi Piironen --|tFighting corruption globally and locally /|rKalin Ivanov --|tGlobal versus local perspectives of anticorruption reforms in Italy /|rMaria Laura Seguiti --|tEthical management and leadership : is an ethical perspective a necessary component of good management and organizational leadership? /|rAlessandra Storlazzi --|tMeasuring integrity : a Dutch-American comparative project /|rEmile Kolthoff, Raymond W. Cox III, and Terrance Johnson --|tTwo-pronged methodological approach for measuring public and private sector organizational core values : the importance of content and context /|rZeger van der Wal --|tDeveloping the "ethical competence" of public officials : a capacity-building approach /|rHoward Whitton.
|aPublic administration|xMoral and ethical aspects.
|aPublic administration|xMoral and ethical aspects|vCase studies.
|aCox, Raymond W.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0824/2008033386.html