Abstracts: October 21st, 1998

Bonczek S, MenzelPublic Management, (USA), (76/3):
Start page: 13 No of pages: 5

Suggests that misconceptions about the place of ethics in the public services can have a detrimental effect on standards and spells out eight common assumptions which the authors consider false; believes ethical deficits must be addressed by managers if high standards are to be achieved: creating and distributing a written ethics policy is not enough.Subject(s):

ETHICS, PUBLIC SECTOR, LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Database: TMA: Top Management Abstracts PTA: Personnel & Training Abstracts Reference: ZT14

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