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
done to ensure integrity in the machinery of government?To read the full article, download the PDF file below.

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