This work presents the peer-reviewed and updated conference papers presented at the 13th Winelands Conference of the School for Public Leadership of the University of Stellenbosch. The publication is the result of an international orientation on the themes of good governance and corruption, now and in the coming years. While good and bad are opposites, the same goes for good governance and corruption. They do not go together in one organisation and good governance is the means to remedy the other. Corruption hollows out and destroys all forms of good governance at all levels of government. The only sustainable weapon against corruption is in the establishment of good governance and complementary management control within organisations. The conference focused on the issues of corruption, combating and preventing it and the future of good governance, especially in Southern Africa and (Western) Europe.
Goos Minderman is an extraordinary professor at the Zijlstra Center Venkat Raman is an Associate Professor, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi (South Campus), New Delhi, India Fanie Cloete is professor in the Department of Public Governance at the University of Johannesburg Gavin Woods is professor of Stellenbosch University's (SU) School for Public Leadership
1 Good, Bad and Next in Public Governance: Values and Norms in Public Administration; 2 Public-Private Partnership in Health Care Delivery: Context, Outcomes and Lessons in India; 3 Public Value of Dutch Housing Associations: Exploring and Developing the Public Value Cycle in Practice; 4 Creating an Entrepreneurial University: Effects on University Governance, Research and Teaching - The Case of the University of Vienna; 5 Reputation as Critical Factor for Public Governanceof Dutch Societal Organizations; 6 Building Empires? The Strategies of State-Owned Enterprises Limiting Governmental Influence; 7 Towards Governance of Creating Public Value with Performing Arts; 8 Putting the 'Good' Back Into Governance While Corruption Has Taken a Turn for the Worse in the South African Public Sector; 9 Is There a Place for Rational Choice Theory in Understanding Corruption? 10 Mechanisms of Corruption and Other Organizational Misbehaviour: A First Step Towards an Integrated Theory; 11 Integrity of Governance: What It Is (Not) and What Is Next; 12 E-Democracy in Russia: Establishing a Habit of Political Awareness and Participation; 13 Transdisciplinary Approaches to R&D: The Importance of Understanding Values and Culture; 14 Governance and the Challenge of Sustainable Resource Management in Africa; 15 On Governance and Global Challenges: Pursuing a System to Govern the World; 16 Closing Remarks: Towards a Clear View on Politics and Decentralized Governance