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Media reporting of corruption: policy implications
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2015-10-24)
Are policy responses related to experiences or perceptions of corruption? This article examines newspaper reporting of corruption in an Australian jurisdiction and compares these with perceptions of corruption and experiences ...
Research and Practice in Corruption: An Introduction
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011-11-30)
Corruption in sport - a new field for public policy
(United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 2015-10-30)
Public Policy: core business and by-products
(Policy Press, 2007-11)
This paper explores the interesting phenomenon of unintended consequences in policy making: that benefits may accrue in one domain of policy making as the result of actions in another with very different interests and ...
The Loss of Governance Capacity through Corruption
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011-06-27)
Corruption manifests itself in many ways and at different levels. Corrupt behavior causes outrage to victims and those who value civil society, it impedes good government and administrative practice. The policy challenge ...
Implementation: Making hard work of something simple
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012-09)
Early in 2012 the Rural Property Addressing Project in South Australia announced that it had substantially met its outcomes, and that the whole of the project was soon to be completed. In 2003, one of the recommendations ...
Awareness of Corruption in the Community and Public Service: a Victorian Study
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014-06-23)
Corruption hurts the public and undermines government. This study of perceptions of corruption in Victoria shows that the community believes corruption is on the increase, yet this view is not shared by public servants. ...
Corruption: Classification and analysis
Corruption demoralises government and weakens the whole endeavour of policy formulation and its implementation. It diminishes services and causes fiscal stress, but most of all it undermines trust and corrodes legitimate ...
See no Evil, Hear no Evil? Assessing Corruption Risk Perceptions and Strategies of Victorian Public Bodies
This paper critically examines qualitative survey data from 36 Victorian public sector bodies on their perceptions of corruption risks, and strategies to mitigate these risks, as well as the integrity mechanisms in place. ...
Rich Country Corruption
(Taylor & Francis Group LLC, 2015-05-05)
Corruption in rich countries is different to corruption in poor countries. There are many analyses and models of corruption in poor countries, and interventions are structured with these in mind. When analyzing corruption ...