Table of contents for Ethical frontiers in public management : seeking new strategies for resolving ethical dilemmas / James S. Bowman, editor.

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Introduction: Ethical Theory and Practice in Public Management
Part One: Understanding the Context of Ethical Issues in Government
1. The Origins of Ethical Frameworks in Public Administration(Darrell L. Pugh)
2. How Public Managers View Their Environment: Balancing Organizational Demands, Political Realities, and Personal Values(Harold F. Gortner)
3. Taking Ethics Seriously in Administrative Life: Constitutionalism, Ethical Reasoning, and Moral Judgment(Bruce Jennings)
Part Two: Seeking New Meanings and Values
4. Unearthing the Moral Foundations of Public Administration: Honor, Benevolence, and Justice(Kathryn G. Denhardt)
5. Reconstructing Government Ethics: A Public Philosophy of Civic Virtue(Curtis Ventriss)
6. Assessing Ethics Theories from a Democratic Viewpoint(Brent Wall)
7. New Leadership Requirements for Public Administrators: From Managerial to Policy Ethics(Jeffrey S. Luke)
Part Three: Developing New Strategies for Promoting Organizational and Individual Ethics
8. Using High Reliability Management to Promote Ethical Decision Making(Mary E. Guy)
9. Beyond Conventional Management Practices: Shifting Organization Values(Gerald T. Gabris)
10. New Strategies for Institutional Controls(Judith A. Truelson)
11. Strengthening Ethical Judgment in Public Administration(Debra W. Stewart, Norman A. Sprinthall)
12. Improving Ethical Decision Making Using the Concept of Justice(Gerald M. Pops)
13. Legitimizing Administrative Discretion Through Constitutional Stewardship(Douglas F. Morgan, Henry D. Kass)

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Public administration Moral and ethical aspects, Civil service ethics United States