Ethics in Public Management
Edition: 2nd 2013 (Revised)
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Description: This book presents cutting-edge commentaries by leading scholars that address issues of public ethics in the current period of broken politics and challenged legitimacy. The contents of this new edition are completely new and reflect the work of many of the field's leading experts: Carole Jurkiewicz, H. George Frederickson, James Bowman, Rosemary O'Leary, Guy Adams, Danny Balfour, Terry Cooper, and many others. Each of the chapters falls under one of five topical themes: the moral architecture of organizations, reassessing corruption in the twenty-first century, individual volition within public institutions, ethics in nonprofit organizations, and ethical issues in global contexts. Since most chapters address institutional forces that affect organizational and individual behavior, the introductory and concluding chapters demonstrate how institutional matters shape the real world of public service.
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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publication date: 11/1/2014
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|The Moral Architecture of Organizations|
|The Anatomy of Ethical Dysfunction|
|Public Service Morals and Ethics: Thin and Thick Dilemmas in Routine and Critical Situations|
|Power and the Ethics of Reform|
|Reassessing Corruption in the Twenty-First Century|
|Searching for Virtue in the Public Life|
|Oversight and Accountability in Contingency Contracting: Ethical Management in a Conflict Zone|
|The Beleaguered Ideal: Defending NCAA Amateurism|
|Individual Volition in Public Institutions|
|From Classical Rationalism to Psychological Realism in Ethical Decision-Making|
|Mirror Images: Conflict of Interest in Politics and Psychology|
|Tacit Knowledge: The Foundation of Information Management|
|Ethics in Nonprofit Organizations|
|The Prospects for Reconciling Sector-Specific Ethics in a Context of Blurred Boundaries, Ubiquitous Networks, and Hypermodernity|
|Ethical Challenges in Nonprofit Organizations: Maintaining Public Trust|
|Ethical Issues in Global Contexts|
|Public Service Ethics in Africa: Renewed Hope for an Integrated Ethics Framework|
|Words Making Worlds: Rhetoric and Ethics in Global Organizations|
|About the Editors and Contributors|