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[Book review] the pursuit of absolute integrity, how corruption control makes government ineffective
Anticorruption reforms provide political cover for public officials, but do they really work? This text seeks to show how the proliferating regulations and oversight mechanisms designed to prevent orExpand
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Visions of Corruption Control and the Evolution of American Public Administration
Changing Visions of Corruption and Corruption Control The anticorruption project has been an integral part of the intellectual and political reform movements that have shaped American federal, state,Expand
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Protecting integrity at the local level: the role of anticorruption and public management networks
This article argues that anti-corruption agencies at the local-level have been successful in a way that can be evaluated and emulated. A related contention is that corruption control is mostExpand
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Blacklisting public contractors as an anti‐corruption and racketeering strategy
In New York City, the struggle against organized crime and the most recent round of corruption scandals have prompted a series of "reforms" aimed at denying public contracts to individuals and firmsExpand
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The New Public Management at Middle Age: Critiques of the Performance Movement
series, as do the authors of the previous two works in the series: Norma M. Riccucci, author of How Management Matters (2005) and David H. Rosenbloom, coauthor with Howard McCurdy of RevisitingExpand
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Shaping the state to private purposes : A comparison of conflicts of interest in the United States and Sweden
Shaping the state to private purposes : A comparison of conflicts of interest in the United States and Sweden
Administrative Culture and Civil Society
This article explores the relationship between civil society and public administration. It is argued that the disjunction between reform movements in the two fields can be repaired by a focus onExpand
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