The groundbreaking "Ethics in Public Administration" set the agenda for a decade's worth of research in the theory and practice of ethics in the public sector. This long-awaited follow-up volume represents the state of the art in research on administrative ethics. It features all new contributions by many of the leading figures in the field, and addresses both the managerial and individual/moral dimensions of ethical behavior as well as new challenges to administrative ethics posed by globalization. A detailed introduction, opening passage, and conclusion lend context to each of the book's four main sections. "Ethics in Public Management" is must reading for any graduate level course in public sector ethics.
Part 1. Ethics and Public Administration in the Twenty-First Century; 1. Introduction, Richard K. Ghere; 2. State of the Art of Empirical Research on Ethics and Integrity in Governance, Donald C. Menzel; Part. 2. Organization Designs that Support Ethical Behavior; 3. Developing a Behavioral Model for Ethics Decision Making in Organizations: Conceptual and Empirical Research, Dennis P. Wittmer; 4. Update on Moral Reasoning Research and Theory in Public Administration: A Neo-Kohlbergian Perspective, Laura Lee Swisher, Ann-Marie Rizzo, and Marsha A. Marley; 5. Power and Ethics: The Communal Language of Effective Leadership, Carole L. Jurkiewicz; 6. Public Service Ethics and Administrative Evil: Prospects and Problems, Guy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour; 7. Accountability Through Thick and Thin: Making Assessments and Making Cases, Melvin Dubnick and Ciaran O'Kelly; Part 3. Market Forces that Compromise Administrative Ethics; 8. Public Ethics and the New Managerialism: An Axiomatic Theory, H. George Frederickson; 9. Ensuring Accountability in Public Services: The Dilemma of Measuring Moral and Ethical Performance, Lisa Dicke and Petina Boonyarak; 10. Cowboys and the New Public Management: Political Corruption as a Harbinger, Peter deLeon; 11. Public Ethics, Legal Accountability, and the New Governance, Laura S. Jensen and Sheila Suess Kennedy; Part 4. Unintended Outcomes of Anticorruption Reforms; 12. The Cure for a Public Disease: The Foibles and Future of Corruption Control, Frank Anechiarico; 13. In the Search of Virtue: Why Ethics Policies Spawn Unintended Consequences, Kathryn G. Denhardt and Stuart C. Gilman; Part 5. Administrative Ethics in Global Perspective; 14. An Anatomy of Official Corruption, Gerald E. Caiden; 15. Public Service Ethics in a Transnational World, Diane E. Yoder and Terry L. Cooper; 16. Globalization and Public Service Ethics: Some Directions for Inquiry, Richard K. Ghere; 17. Conclusion: Ethics and Public Management-Answers and Questions, Richard K. Ghere; About the Editors and Contributors; Index.