Government Ethics: Teaching Ethics Series
Government Ethics provides the world for the first time with a unique and international body of knowledge on ethics in Government and the public sector.
This book contains the views of distinguished experts in Government and academia and includes codes of conduct for Government officials, issues of official secrecy, privacy and military and police ethics. It also discusses conceptual values like 'trust'.
This international book Government Ethics is the first in the Teaching Ethics Series , followed by Environmental Ethics and Business Ethics, pioneered by Centre for Business and Public Sector Ethics, Cambridge, UK. Edited by the Centre's Director, Dr Rosamund Thomas, this book is a key aid to 'Good Government' and 'anti-corruption' world-wide.
The book charts the way forward drawing on the experiences of the UK, USA, Canada, and India, including codes of ethics and financial disclosure of interests by Members of Parliament and others.
The contents cover:
- Government Ethics General
- Conflicts of interest
- Secrecy, Access to information and Privacy
- Concepts, Education and training
Title: Government Ethics: Teaching Ethics Series
Editor: Rosamund M. Thomas, Ph.D., M.A. (Cantab)
Binding: Hardback, pp. 724
Published: 2nd Edition, October 1996