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  • Corruption in a changing world: comparisons, theories and control strategies

    Recent studies have shown that one of the most important and effective ways to ensure that public servants act ethically is through education. Although education alone does not guarantee ethical behaviour, it eliminates some of the more obvious...

    Berlinsky, Uzy, Friedberg, Asher, Werner, Simcha

    Jerusalem, Chen Press (Moshe), 1994

  • Ethics in the public service. Current issues and practice

    OECD countries are concerned about declining confidence in government. This report examines how nine OECD countries namely: Australia, Finland, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the United States, are...

    OECD

    Paris, OECD, 1996

  • Legislative ethics: a comparative analysis

    This paper comparatively analyses legislative ethics, focusing on: the role of the legislature in combating corruption, the need for effective ethics regime; codes of conduct; ethics rules and financial disclosure requirements; enforcement and...

    National democratic institute for international affairs (USA)

    Washington, NDI, 1999

  • A Handbook on fighting corruption

    This handbook presents a framework to assist USAID missions develop strategic responses to public corruption. The framework sets out root causes of corruption, identifies a range of institutional and societal reforms to address them, and introduces a...

    Swain, Diana, Dininio, P.

    Washington, USAID, 1999

  • Enhancing efforts to prevent fraud in higher education

    In the early 1990s, U.S. Attorney General, Janet Reno, made health care fraud a priority in the U.S. department of Justice. Thereafter in 1997, she broadened the Department's initiative to encompass all areas of fraud prevention. As a result of these...

    Coggins, P.

    2000

  • Corrupt cities: a practical guide to cure and prevention

    The movement toward decentralization is gathering momentum. In this context, the important costs of corruption are being explicitly recognised, as is the urgent need to prevent corruption, raise city revenues, improve service delivery, stimulate...

    Klitgaard, Robert E., Maclean-Abaroa, Ronald, Parris, H. Lindsey

    Oakland (USA), ICS Press, 2000

  • Of academic fraud and the education crisis

    The World Wide Web has given students unprecedented access to legitimate and illegitimate education resources. Steinberg gives an oversight of the implications of it on present-day higher education. He thus describes how, in the U.S., internet-based...

    Steinberg, Iain

    Washington, The Washington Times, 2000

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