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Promoting Integrity

Author : A.J. Brown
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What are the right institutional settings and strategies for ensuring honesty and accountability in public life? How do these settings and strategies relate to one another, and how do we know what is working and what is missing from the whole complex tapestry? Taking Australia as a case study that is relevant to all countries where public integrity is an issue, this book offers some new answers to these larger questions. The collection reviews a variety of existing efforts to understand, 'map' and evaluate the effectiveness of integrity policies and institutions, not just in the government sector but across all the major institutions of modern society. It will be of interest to those in governance, politics, law and public policy.

Lobbyists Governments and Public Trust Volume 2 Promoting Integrity through Self regulation

Author : OECD
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This second volume of OECD's study on lobbying examines regulation and self-regulation of lobbying.

Fighting Corruption and Promoting Integrity in Public Procurement

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This volume comprises papers presented at the OECD Global Forum on Governance: Fighting Corruption and Promoting Integrity in Public Procurement held in Paris in November 2004.

Detecting and Preventing Classroom Cheating

Author : Gregory J Cizek
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This user-friendly, authoritative guide for cheating features specific techniques for identifying, deterring, and responding to this detriment to learning and assessment.

The Business Ethics Activity Book

Author : Dr. Marlene Caroselli
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In an age of ethical decay at organizations of every type, a call is being sounded for accountabiliy. Accordingly, companies must educate their employees and executives regarding acceptable practice. The Business Ethics Activity Book presents an array of provocative activities that will help encourage a more ethical approach to:* Leadership: promoting courage, commitment, and moral responsibility* Workplace conduct: building an ethical environment on individual behavior* Salesmanship: exploring the relationships between sellers and their customers* Management: leading employees by example in daily situations* Teamwork: fostering group behavior that reflects the company’s moral outlookEach section features an interview with a leading ethicist, and every activity provides step-by-step instructions. Also, discussion prompts and suggestions for variations enable the trainer or leader to expand each exercise’s application. These exercises will push organizations to challenge the climate of questionable or unexamined ethics and recommit themselves to responsible business methods.

Promoting Integrity in the Work of International Organizations

Author : Duncan Smith
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This book is an in-depth study of how to promote integrity and avoid fraud & corruption in the work of international organisations, in particular multilateral development banks, such as the European Investment Bank, World Bank, Asian/Inter-American/African Development Banks and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. A number of issues are reviewed, including procurement, compliance, corporate governance, business ethics, anti money laundering and a number of relevant case studies highlighted. In addition, effective methods and tools of prevention, proactive monitoring and detection are reviewed and, if misconduct is identified, sanctioning the perpetrators of such misconduct is discussed.

Promoting Research Integrity in a Global Environment

Author : Tony Mayer
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The World Conferences on Research Integrity provide a forum for an international group of researchers, research administrators from funding agencies and similar bodies. The second such conference, held in Singapore in July 2010. This volume brings together a selection of presentations and key guidelines and statements emerging from the Conference.

Office of Inspector General

Author : United States. Department of Education. Office of Inspector General
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Office of Inspector General

Author : United States. Department of Education. Office of Inspector General
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Integrity in Scientific Research

Author : National Research Council
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"Many people say that it is the intellect which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is character." -- Albert Einstein Integrity in Scientific Research attempts to define and describe those elements that encourage individuals involved with scientific research to act with integrity. Recognizing the inconsistency of human behavior, it stresses the important role that research institutions play in providing an integrity--rich environment, citing the need for institutions to provide staff with training and education, policies and procedures, and tools and support systems. It identifies practices that characterize integrity in such areas as peer review and research on human subjects and weighs the strengths and limitations of self--evaluation efforts by these institutions. In addition, it details an approach to promoting integrity during the education of researchers, including how to develop an effective curriculum. Providing a framework for research and educational institutions, this important book will be essential for anyone concerned about ethics in the scientific community.

Lobbyists Government and Public Trust Promoting integrity through self regulation

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Integrity in Public Procurement

Author : Oecd Publishing
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Bribery by international firms in OECD countries is more pervasive in public procurement than in the utilities, taxation or judicial sectors. Whilst most international efforts to fight corruption have focused exclusively on the bidding process, recent corruption scandals have highlighted grey areas throughout the whole public procurement cycle, including in needs assessment and contract management. This publication draws on the experience of procurement practitioners as well as audit, competition and anti-corruption specialists, and sets out a comparative overview of practices designed to enhance integrity throughout the whole procurement cycle, with examples from OECD and non-OECD countries.

Public Sector Integrity

Author : J©Łnos Bert©đk
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"Provides ... guidance to public organisations through a mapping out of methods and solutions used to assess pro-integrity and anticorruption measures and the review of their potentials and limits."--Page 3.

Investigating Research Integrity

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American Journal of Health Behavior

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Improving Transparency Integrity and Accountability in Water Supply and Sanitation

Author : María González de Asís
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This volume will serve as a useful tool for those who wish to diagnose, analyze, and take action against systemic corruption in the water and sanitation sectors.

National Integrity Plan

Author : Malaysia
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Lobbyists Governments and Public Trust Volume 2 Promoting Integrity through Self regulation

Author : OECD
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This second volume of OECD's study on lobbying examines regulation and self-regulation of lobbying.

Local Integrity Systems

Author : L. W. Huberts
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This book is the first international comparative study of local integrity systems, paying attention to the policies, practices, and actors at the local government level that aim to fight corruption and safeguard integrity. It provides critical up-to-date reports of the local integrity systems in seven world cities - Sydney/New South Wales, New York, Hong Kong, London, Hamburg, Amsterdam, and Antwerp. For each city, a description of the integrity system is given by the head of the key integrity agency, followed by an evaluation by an ethics researcher who is familiar with the city's integrity system. In the introductory chapter, an overview is provided of relevant ethics and integrity institutions and policies at the national and international level. The final chapter presents a cross-city comparison of the results, proposes a framework for analysis and assessment of local integrity systems, and provides an ambitious outline for future research and practice. With its unique combination of theory and practice, Local Integrity Systems will appeal to academics and practitioners in the area of ethics and integrity in local government.

Academic Integrity in the 21st Century A Teaching and Learning Imperative

Author : Tricia Bertram Gallant
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Tricia Bertam Gallant, academic integrity coordinator for the University of California, San Diego considers the issue of academic misconduct in the context of the complex forces currently straining the teaching and learning environment. She proposes a new perspective that calls for campuses to shift from asking "How do we stop students from cheating?" to "How do we ensure students are learning?" The alternative teaching and learning strategy outlined here positions student academic integrity at the center of a new perspective on teaching and learning, one that is gaining ground in contemporary educational institutions. Academic misconduct is a longstanding problem, one that unfortunately has not simply disappeared with the advent of the twenty-first century. Much has been written about the integrity of undergraduate academic work, but little has changed--higher education still responds to reports of student cheating by institutionalizing methods to prevent, police, and punish, and academic misconduct continues to exist in colleges and universities. This monograph from the ASHE Higher Education Report series offers an innovative approach to breaking the cycle. This is the fifth issue in the 33rd volume of the Jossey-Bass series ASHE Higher Education Report. Each monograph in the series is the definitive analysis of a tough higher education problem, based on thorough research of pertinent literature and institutional experiences. Topics are identified by a national survey. Noted practitioners and scholars are then commissioned to write the reports, with experts providing critical reviews of each manuscript before publication.