Public service ethics problems of ethics in public sector management

By: Chapman, Richard AISBN: J5518Subject(s): public sector management | New Public Management | public service | professional standards | public sector transformation | South Africa | police informants | police officers | codes of ethics | caring professions | ethical conduct | professional associations | local governmentOther classification: JIS Summary: PUBLIC MONEY & MANAGEMENT, vol. 18, no. 1, January-March 1998, pp. 9-13 [Also Editorial + 3 articles - see Notes].
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Incl. refs. Contents Incl.: Public sector transformation and ethics: a view from South Africa (J. van der Westhuizen); Some ethical dilemmas in the handling of police informers [UK

(Colin Dunnighan & Clive Norris); Codes of ethics and ethical conduct: a view from the caring professions (Sarah Banks). See also Viewpoints - editorial, pp.3-4 & Public service ethics - a viewpoint from local government (Jeff Brown) pp.7-8.

PUBLIC MONEY & MANAGEMENT, vol. 18, no. 1, January-March 1998, pp. 9-13 [Also Editorial + 3 articles - see Notes].

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