PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ETHICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

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Public Administration Ethics For The 21st Century

Author : J. Michael Martinez
ISBN : 9780313358814
Genre : Political Science
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This volume establishes a foundation for a uniform code of professional ethics for public administrators in the United States. • Four cases of ethical and unethical decision making in context—Nathan Bedford Forrest, William Calley, Adolf Eichmann, and Mary Anne Wright—who resigned in protest over the 2003 invasion of Iraq • Six figures depicting the process of ethical decision making within a public organization • An extensive bibliography listing of the major sources on administrative ethics in print and online • An index of key thinkers and theories involving administrative ethics
Category: Political Science

Administrative Ethics In The Twenty First Century

Author : James Michael Martinez
ISBN : 0820461202
Genre : Law
File Size : 79.2 MB
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After years of languishing in the long shadow of -values-, its 1960s-era substitute, public discussion and debate about virtues, vices, character, and ethics are occupying center stage once again. This book joins that debate in a way that is both practical and useful to undergraduate and graduate students who are being introduced to the full breadth of public administration in introductory courses, or specialized ones in administrative ethics. Intended as a supplement to major ethics texts, this book will help readers develop a thorough understanding of the principles of ethics so they will come away with a deeper appreciation of the challenges and complexities involved in negotiating the ethical dilemmas facing administrators in a twenty-first century democratic republic."
Category: Law

Globalization And The Challenges Of Public Administration

Author : Haroon A. Khan
ISBN : 9783319695877
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 37.87 MB
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This book is an attempt to understand the challenges of globalization and governance in the public sector. Written from the perspectives of both developed and developing countries, it uses governance and public administration interchangeably to argue that the tasks of implementation require the cooperation of both the public and private sectors, especially in a rapidly globalizing landscape. It then utilizes statistical analyses to investigate the challenges of globalization in managing human resources, ethics and accountability, sustainability, e-governances, and leadership in the public sector.
Category: Political Science

Public Service And Democracy

Author : Louis C. Gawthrop
ISBN : UOM:39015042766587
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this provocative and timely new work, the winner of the APSA's 1998 John Gaus Award for lifetime achievement in political science and public administration argues eloquently for recognition of the ethical-moral values that pervade democracy. He focuses on the linkage of these values with the current vogue for reinventing government and purifying public service.
Category: Business & Economics

21st Century Issues In America

Author : James E. Pittman
ISBN : 9781449016661
Genre : Political Science
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Written for use as a textbook in an introductory (undergraduate) course in public administration.
Category: Political Science

American Public Administration

Author : Robert A. Cropf
ISBN : 9781351984362
Genre : Political Science
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American Public Administration has been the go-to introductory textbook for Public Administration courses with a focus on civil society for the last decade. Now in an extensively revised and updated second edition, authors Cropf and Wagner weave the most recent and compelling research throughout every chapter to give students a useful, in-depth understanding of the field today. Changes to this edition include: ? A stronger focus on e-governance, and the ways in which technological change (e.g. social media, government information policy, surveillance) have transformed the government’s relationship with citizens as well as the role of the public servant/nonprofit worker at the federal, state, and local levels An expanded discussion of citizen participation in all aspects of governing, including the 2016 elections, the Occupy Wall Street movement, and the Black Lives Matter movement Updated mini case studies throughout the text on topics such as climate change, LGBT rights, and violent extremism to maximize student engagement A new section on major local government issues, including public–private partnerships, land-use planning, and economic development – and their relevance to Public Administration A chapter focusing on environmental policy administration and the role and responsibilities of public administrators in a time of global climate change Expanded coverage of the nonprofit sector and discussion of important linkages between Public Administration and Nonprofit Management A comprehensive suite of online supplements including PowerPoint slides, an Instructor’s Manual with suggested lectures, discussion questions, and a test bank (includes multiple choice, true-false, matching), as well as student exercises (written, individual, group, and web-based). Comprehensive, well-written, and offering a careful consideration of the fundamentals, American Public Administration, Second Edition is an ideal introductory text for courses at the undergraduate or graduate level, offering students a broader civil society context in which to understand public service.
Category: Political Science

Public Administration For The Twenty First Century

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ISBN : UOM:39015040050646
Genre : Political Science
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Seven experts in the field of public administration have collaborated to create a singularly unique work that draws on their wide experience in issues regarding public policy, the emergence of women and minorities in government employment, organizational theory, international negotiations, environmental policy, comparative and development administration, and public finance. The authors hold varied perspectives that yield a balanced and comprehensive view of the challenges that await public administrators in the new millennium. Although diverse perspectives are useful in a textbook, they must be combined into a coherent whole that embodies consistent themes and a continuity of ideas. Therefore, after each author initially prepared, reviewed, and revised his or her respective chapters, the lead author subsequently revised the entire manuscript again to ensure its readability and consistency. "Thus, although the book has many authors," as the preface states, "it is a single work with a clearly articulated set of guiding themes, stronger for its diversity but also effective as a unified volume."
Category: Political Science

Citizen Governance

Author : Richard C. Box
ISBN : 9781483352510
Genre : Political Science
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Drawing on fundamental ideas about the relationship of citizens to the public sphere, Richard C Box presents a model of `citizen governance'. Recognizing the challenges in the community governance setting, he advocates rethinking the structure of local government and the roles of citizens, elected officials and public professionals in the twenty-first century. His model shifts a large part of the responsibility for local public policy from the professional and the elected official to the citizen. Citizens take part directly in creating and implementing policy, elected officials coordinate the policy process, and public professionnals facilitate citizen discourse, offering the knowledge of public practice needed for successful `citizen gover
Category: Political Science

Combating Corruption Encouraging Ethics

Author : William L. Richter
ISBN : 0742544516
Genre : Business & Economics
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In their second edition of Combating Corruption, Encouraging Ethics, William L. Richter and Frances Burke update this essential staple to delve deeply into the unique ethical problems of twenty-first century public administration. Combating Corruption, Encouraging Ethics offers both the depth demanded by graduate courses in administrative ethics and the accessibility necessary for an undergraduate introduction to public administration. Published in cooperation with the American Society for Public Administration. Co-published in cooperation with the American Society for Public Administration.
Category: Business & Economics

The 21st Century Public Manager

Author : Zeger van der Wal
ISBN : 9781137507440
Genre : Political Science
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Truly global in scope and ambition, the 21st Century Public Manager addresses key trends, challenges, and opportunities facing public managers across contexts and regimes. This accessible textbook aims to inspire public managers in rethinking their roles, skills, and values as they enter a VUCA world—one characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. It is written for aspiring and current public managers in graduate schools and executive education programs.
Category: Political Science