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  • Progress in the fight against corruption in Asia and the Pacific

    This book assembles the papers presented during the joint ADB/OECD Conference on Combating Corruption in the Asian and Pacific region, held in Seoul, Korea in December 2000.The Seoul conference identified priorities for a successful fight against...

    Asian Development Bank

    Manila, ADB, 2001

  • Bangladesh: the experience and perceptions of public officials

    This report summarizes the responses of Bangladeshi Class I (highest level) public sector officials to a survey seeking opinions on a number of civil service issues, from personnel management practices to rewards and disciplinary actions, and from...

    Mukherjee, R., Gokcekus, O., Manning, N., Landell-Mills, Pierre

    Washington, World Bank, 2001

  • Reducing corruption: lessons from Venezuela

    A recent World Bank programme in Campo Elias, Venezuela, used an innovative and effective approach to build participatory institutional frameworks and to apply best practices in public policy making. As a result, corruption has fallen and services...

    Gonzalez de Asis, Maria

    Washington, World Bank, 2000

  • Diagnostic surveys of corruption in Romania

    Recognising the need for information on the profile of corruption, the Government of Romania requested the preparation of this diagnostic study of corruption. Based on the opinions and experiences of more than 17000 households, enterprises and public...

    Anderson, James, Cosmaciuc, Bogdan, Dininio, Phyllis, Spector, Bert, Zoido-Lobaton, Pablo

    Washington, World Bank, 2001

  • The Role of citizen engagement in civil society

    There is a growing belief that the success of almost all the approaches of citizen participation depends on how well citizens and users of services are informed about their government's performance. This article presents the experience developed in...

    Zakharchenko, Olga, Holdar, Gina

    Kiev, International Centre for Policy Studies, 2001

  • 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

  • Principles for managing ethics in the public service. OECD recommendation

    Increased concern about decline of confidence in government and corruption has prompted governments to review their approaches to ethical conduct. In response to this challenge, the Public Management Committee agreed to a set of Principles for...

    OECD. Public Management Service

    Paris, OECD, 2000

  • Trust in government. Ethics measures in OECD countries

    Integrity has become the fundamental condition for governments to provide a trustworthy and effective framework for the economic and social life of their citizens. The institutions and mechanisms for promoting integrity are more and more considered...

    OECD. Public Management Committee

    Paris, OECD, 2000

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