Table of contents for Ethics in public management / edited by H. George Frederickson and Richard K. Ghere.

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1.	Introduction
	Richard K. Ghere
2.	State of the Art of Empirical Research on Ethics and Integrity in Governance
	Donald C. Menzel
Part 1. 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 Ciar n O'Kelly
Part 2. 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 S. Kennedy
Part 3. Unintended Outcomes of Anticorruption Reforms
12.	The Cure 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 4. 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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public administration -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Public administration -- United States.
Political ethics -- United States.