Government, Ethics, and Managers: A Guide to Solving Ethical Dilemmas in the Public Sector


This volume focuses on the ethical and unethical behavior of elected and appointed government officials. Steinberg and Austern discuss the various types of ethical dilemmas that confront public sector managers, offer ways to analyze them, and describe a series of management strategies designed to prevent unethical behavior. The authors also suggest ways to identify the susceptibility to corruption of a jurisdiction and present model policies, procedures, and legislation which could be effective in reducing the opportunity for unethical behavior.

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