|Title||Value and virtue in public administration : A comparative perspective|
|Author||edited by Michiel S. De Vries and Pan Suk Kim|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011|
|Descript||xi, 327 p. : ill. , 23 cm|
Introduction to value and virtue in public administration. -- Governance and values in contemporary public service. -- Public virtue approaches. -- Ethics and globalization in historical perspective: the relevance of Socrates in our days. -- The cultural-economic perspective on values and virtues. -- The social psychology perspective on values and virtues. -- The institutional perspective on values and virtues. -- Public administration as a menetype B: re-discovering trichotomies. -- Contemporary trends and dilemmas of administrative ethics in the developing world. -- The value profile of civil servants in new European democracies through the lens of embedded ethics. -- The evil and its cure: clientelism, corruption, and their institutional remedies in Latin America. -- Perils and prospects in four African Countries. -- Paublic sector value and virtue and the OECD. -- Values and virtues in the Japanese public sector. -- Conclusions.
|Political Science Library||172 V215||DUE 30-11-20|
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