Combating Corruption Encouraging Ethics

In their second edition of Combating Corruption, Encouraging Ethics, William L. Richter and Frances Burke update this essential staple to delve deeply into the unique ethical problems of twenty-first century public administration.

Combating Corruption  Encouraging Ethics

Author: William L. Richter

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780742544512

Page: 247

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Ethical foundations : virtue, consequence, principle -- Responsibility and accountability -- Twenty-first century challenges : global dimensions/changing boundaries -- Understanding fraud, waste, and corrupt practices -- Graft, bribery, and conflict of interest -- Lying, cheating, and deception -- Privacy, secrecy, and confidentiality -- Abuse of authority and "administrative evil"--Establishing expectations, providing guidelines, and building trust -- Transparency, whistle blowing, and dissent -- Compliance, oversight, and sanctions -- Leadership and individual responsibility : encouraging ethics.

Ethics Corruption an Introduction

A Definitive Work on Corruption for First-Time Scholars Vinayan Janardhanan ...
Corruption and the Secret of Law: An Introduction. ... Business Ethics: A
European Review, Volume 10, Issue 2, Article first published online: 29 AUG
2003.

Ethics   Corruption an Introduction

Author: Vinayan Janardhanan

Publisher: Partridge Publishing

ISBN: 1482884097

Page: 170

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Armed with deep insights from more than a quarter century in senior public sector service and years of passionate research into the vexing phenomenon of corruption, the author presents a scholarly yet lucid 360-degree review on the topic for serious students of the subject and practitioners of ethical oversight and vigilance. Merging the hitherto separately explored streams of ethics and corruption research, the author builds a case for a holistic, multidisciplinary, and most importantly, preventive outlook on corruption. Vinayan first collates the perspectives on corruption from all the streams of social science research and then positions corruption in the backdrop of the other organizational misconducts. He follows this up with an exhaustive discussion on the antecedents and theories attempting to explain the phenomenon. He then explores and presents new insights on certain less-explored facets such as precursors, mediators, and moderators of corruption. He also discusses the effects of, control over, and measurement of corruption. He has included a special chapter on the anticorruption scenario in India, where corruption has emerged as a hot topic of discussion and, recently, a subject to be formally taught in colleges. He has laid the ground for his research findings on corruption vulnerability of organizations, to be brought out in the near future, which hold promise for both scholars and practitioners. He introduces a new concept of corruptance of organizations, which promises to be a much studied theme in future. Prepared after years of research into the latest and seminal articles from international journals, books, and field studies among the vigilance community and supported by his doctoral work at IIM Indore, this book is perhaps the first serious academic effort on corruption to come out of India in this decade.

Introduction to Fraud Corruption and Ethics

This paper is in two parts. The first part examines fraud and corruption prevention. The second part specifically deals with these issues in the context of nonprofit organizations.

Introduction to Fraud  Corruption and Ethics

Author: J. M. Boyd

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781864350050

Page: 22

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This paper is in two parts. The first part examines fraud and corruption prevention. The second part specifically deals with these issues in the context of nonprofit organizations.

Ethics Corruption an Introduction

Prepared after years of research into the latest and seminal articles from International Journals, Books and field studies among the Vigilance community, and supported by his Doctoral work at IIM Indore, this book is perhaps the first ...

Ethics   Corruption an Introduction

Author: Vinayan Janardhanan

Publisher: PartridgeIndia

ISBN: 9781482884081

Page: 170

View: 777

Armed with deep insights from more than a quarter century in senior Public Sector service, and years of passionate research into the vexing phenomenon of Corruption, the Author presents a scholarly, yet lucid 360-degree review on the topic for serious students of the subject and practitioners of Ethical Oversight and Vigilance. Merging the hither-to separately explored streams of Ethics and Corruption research, the Author builds a case for a holistic, multidisciplinary, and most importantly, preventive outlook on Corruption. Vinayan first collates the perspectives on Corruption from all the streams of social science research, and then positions Corruption in the backdrop of the other Organizational Misconducts. He follows this up with an exhaustive discussion on the antecedents and theories attempting to explain the phenomenon. He then explores and presents new insights on certain less explored facets such as Precursors, Mediators and Moderators of Corruption. He also discusses the effects of, control over and measurement of Corruption. He has included a special chapter on the Anti-corruption Scenario in India, where Corruption has emerged as a hot topic of discussion and recently, a subject to be formally taught in colleges. He has laid the ground for his research findings on 'Corruption - Vulnerability' of Organizations, to be brought out in the near future, which hold promise for both scholars and practitioners. He introduces a new concept of 'Corruptance' of organizations, which promises to be a much studied theme in future. Prepared after years of research into the latest and seminal articles from International Journals, Books and field studies among the Vigilance community, and supported by his Doctoral work at IIM Indore, this book is perhaps the first serious academic effort on Corruption to come out of India in this decade.

The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice

72–107 ; reprinted in Close , Daryl and Meier , Nicholas , Morality in Criminal
Justice : An Introduction to Ethics , Wadsworth , Belmont , CA , 1995 , p . 288 . 6.
Training key # 254 : police corruption , in IACP , Police Chief , International ...

The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice

Author: Richard A. Spurgeon Hall

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849391163

Page: 368

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Ideal for anyone involved in the study of criminal justice, this book acquaints students with the philosophical concepts upon which ethical theory is based. It applies these ideas to specific issues and dilemmas within the criminal justice system. Its ultimate goal is to acquaint students with basic concepts of ethics in criminal justice and to train the mind to solve moral issues independently. The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice offers a comprehensive definition of ethics, and elucidates its unique language and logic. The book explores the major ethical theories, with extensive discussion of authorities like Kant, Aristotle, Mill, and Hobbes. Chapters investigate normative ethics, teleological theories, deontological theories, and the alternative theories of ethics. The author exhibits the practice of these theories in actual matters of rights, the law, and the behavior of the courts. This book addresses ethics in the context of civil liability, police corruption, and abuse of police power, and includes numerous case studies and references to other relevant works. Criminal justice majors, criminology and law school students, and even police academy cadets will find this text an invaluable source of information both for academic studies and real-world applications.

Ethics in Public Administration

The collection begins with an introduction to the foundations of ethics in public administration and explores the definition and meaning of ethics as a concept.

Ethics in Public Administration

Author: Meriem Doucette

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781516539826

Page: 262

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Ethics in Public Administration: Understanding Ethics, Corruption, and Public Policy provides students with a timely and valuable collection of articles, essays, and case studies regarding ethical challenges, expectations, and opportunities in public administration. The collection begins with an introduction to the foundations of ethics in public administration and explores the definition and meaning of ethics as a concept. In later chapters, students read about the relationship between ethics and the law, as well as the delicate interplay between ethics, public service, public careers, and Constitutional practice. Additional sections of the anthology examine corruption in government and the ethical dimensions of decision making. Each chapter presents readers with an ethical dilemma to spark critical thought and self-reflection, an introduction to the featured readings, and a case study to demonstrate the real-world implications of topics addressed within the chapter. Providing valuable insight into complex contemporary issues, Ethics in Public Administration is an ideal resource for courses in public administration. Meriem Doucette is an assistant professor of public administration at California State University, Fullerton. She holds doctoral and master's degrees in public administration and policy from the University of Georgia. Dr. Doucette's research interests include performance feedback, the roles of discount rates and time preferences in decision making, public and private sector comparisons, and educational policy. David Adams is an assistant professor of public administration at California State University, Fullerton. He holds doctoral and master's degrees in public administration and policy from Auburn University. Dr. Adams' research interests include environmental policy, federalism and intergovernmental relations, collaborative governance, social networks, American political institutions, and public service ethics.

An Introduction to Business Ethics

We can summarize this introduction by saying that business ethics asks us to
step back from what is usually and ... The collapse of Enron and the widespread
harm caused by that collapse surely can be traced to the ethical corruption of ...

An Introduction to Business Ethics

Author: Joseph DesJardins

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

ISBN:

Page: 281

View: 310

Since its inception An Introduction to Business Ethics, by Joseph Desjardins has been a cutting-edge resource for the business ethics course. DesJardin's unique approach encompasses all that an introductory business ethics course is, from a multidisciplinary perspective. It offers critical analysis and integrates the perspective of philosophy with management, law, economics, and public policy.

Corruption and the South African Police Service

I No I The introduction of benefits for those who apprehend violators attempting to
offer a bribe Yes | The introduction of a ... a code of ethical behaviour , anti -
corruption education , targeted recruitment strategies , progressive development
 ...

Corruption and the South African Police Service

Author: Andrew Faull

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 20

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Anti Corruption in Management Research and Business School Classrooms

Simultaneously the book deepens the topic of anti-corruption in selected cultures and societies. The volume consists of four parts and includes three themes.

Anti Corruption in Management Research and Business School Classrooms

Author: Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 1641134461

Page: 277

View: 216

The book Anti-Corruption in Management Research and Business School Classrooms aims at presenting the topic of anti-corruption activities throughout management research as well as in the process of educating future business leaders and practitioners in business schools in different parts of the globe. Simultaneously the book deepens the topic of anti-corruption in selected cultures and societies. The volume consists of four parts and includes three themes. The first part is the “Introduction” and subsequent parts are as follows: “Teaching business ethics and anti-corruption—across curriculum and beyond”, “Fostering integrity in higher education”, and “Anti-corruption as a topic of research.” This book is authored by a range of international scientists and experts in management research and management education, with a diversity of cultural and professional backgrounds. It is therefore believed that this broad experience and expertise will give the readers the new light for the significance of teaching and researching in the area of anti-corruption.

Political Corruption in a World in Transition

This book argues that the mainstream definitions of corruption, and the key expectations they embed concerning the relationship between corruption, democracy, and the process of democratization, require reexamination.

Political Corruption in a World in Transition

Author: Jonathan Mendilow

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 1622737695

Page: 337

View: 345

This book argues that the mainstream definitions of corruption, and the key expectations they embed concerning the relationship between corruption, democracy, and the process of democratization, require reexamination. Even critics who did not consider stable institutions and legal clarity of veteran democracies as a cure-all, assumed that the process of widening the influence on government decision making and implementation allows non-elites to defend their interests, define the acceptable sources and uses of wealth, and demand government accountability. This had proved correct, especially insofar as ‘petty corruption’ is involved. But the assumption that corruption necessarily involves the evasion of democratic principles and a ‘market approach’ in which the corrupt seek to maximize profit does not exhaust the possible incentives for corruption, the types of behaviors involved (for obvious reasons, the tendency in the literature is to focus on bribery), or the range of situations that ‘permit’ corruption in democracies. In the effort to identify some of the problems that require recognition, and to offer a more exhaustive alternative, the chapters in this book focus on corruption in democratic settings (including NGOs and the United Nations which were largely so far ignored), while focusing mainly on behaviors other than bribery.

Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics The Best from the Fcpa Compliance and Ethics Blog

This book provides practical lessons on how to run a business in an ethical manner, which will ensure companies are compliant. It explains what the FCPA is and how it is enforced.

Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics  The Best from the Fcpa Compliance and Ethics Blog

Author: Thomas Fox

Publisher: Ethics 360 Media

ISBN: 9789810713478

Page: 324

View: 525

One area which keeps the corporate executive up at night is compliance. With the increase in the enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the introduction of similar or stronger legislation such as the UK Bribery Act, it is mandatory that any company doing business internationally operates in compliance with these anti-corruption and anti-bribery regimes. This book provides practical lessons on how to run a business in an ethical manner, which will ensure companies are compliant. It explains what the FCPA is and how it is enforced. It gives the corporate lawyer, compliance practitioner or business executive specific guidance on how to navigate these waters with real-life practical lessons learned from the most recent FCPA enforcement actions, Opinion Releases and current best practices on how to manage a compliance program.

An Introduction to Ethics

In the treatment of justice , Ethics and Jurisprudence run parallel at many points .
... observance of these requirements , as literally interpreted , may be combined
with an internal corruption which has eaten into the very core of the moral life .

An Introduction to Ethics

Author: John Clark Murray

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 407

View: 577

State of the Public Service Report

Corruption , Ethics , and other Perceptions Chapter V 5 . 1 Introduction Box 9 :
Some Definitions As the Third Phase Government came into power , local and
international perception was that corruption Corruption ( Transparency
International ) ...

State of the Public Service Report

Author: Tanzania

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

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Journal of Banking Finance

Corruption is harmful for the growth prospects of host countries and can introduce
inefficiencies and inequities . I argue that ... JEL classification : F2 ; KO ; L2
Keywords : Business ethics ; International business ; Globalization ; Corruption 1
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Journal of Banking   Finance

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Publisher:

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An Introduction to Christian Ethics

Corruption in the form of price fixing 5 . Improper methods of influencing
legislation related to the business 6 . Planned obsolescence Government
regulations are established to protect the public , but there is always a tension
between the ...

An Introduction to Christian Ethics

Author: Roger H. Crook

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780131257825

Page: 276

View: 500

This introduction to the study of Christian ethics introduces the field of ethics in general, surveys the variety of Christian approaches to the study of ethics, describes the author's own methods for making ethical decisions and explores topical ethical issues - both personal and social.

Fighting Corruption Collectively

This book represents the first systematic qualitative analysis of a new type of collective anti-corruption initiatives.

Fighting Corruption Collectively

Author: Berta van Schoor

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3658178388

Page: 221

View: 405

This book represents the first systematic qualitative analysis of a new type of collective anti-corruption initiatives. The author describes how companies can take responsibility in the fight against corruption and which six success factors play an important role in this difficult endeavor. Despite great international efforts throughout the last two decades, corruption has not significantly decreased on a global level. In light of globalization, private actors increasingly cooperate in the fight against corruption in the context of sector-specific coordinated governance initiatives. In this study, this new collective approach is examined in view of its potential to curb corruption.