Managing Government Ethics
Observer 204, February/March 1997
Few, if any, OECD countries have escaped occasional headlines pointing to government scandals, exposing anything from inappropriate behaviour to full-scale corruption, on the part of both politicians and civil servants. Politicians can be dealt with at the polls, if not through the judicial system. But what can be
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