Chaos or Coherence? Strengths, Opportunities and Challanges for Australia's Integrity Systems

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Title Chaos or Coherence? Strengths, Opportunities and Challanges for Australia's Integrity Systems
Author Brown, Alexander Jonathan; Sampford, Charles John; Shacklock, Arthur Henry; Head, Brian William; Connors, Carmel; Preston, Noel William; Adair, Dallas; MacNeill, Scott; Baker, Geoff; Gilligan, Dr George; Kimber, Associate Professor David; Kimber, Dr Megan; Lucas, Joel; Roberts, Peter; Smith, Dr Rodney; Uhr, Dr John; Warburton, John
Publication Title National Integrity Systems Assessment (NISA)
Year Published 2005
Place of publication Brisbane
Publisher KCELJAG, Griffith University and Transparency International
Abstract This publication presents the results of a research program. It focuses on how different elements of integrity interact, which combination of institutions and reforms make for a strong integrity system, and how Australia's integrity systems should evolve to ensure coherence, not chaos in the way public integrity is maintained. The assessment resulted in 21 recommendation encompassing three broad overarching themes: Integrity from the top: core institutions; walking the talk; distributed integrity institutions; and investing in integrity: education, evaluation and research. At the same time, this project provides an example of, and methodology for ,the assessment and improvement of integrity systems in other countries.
Peer Reviewed No
Published Yes
Page from 1
Page to 129
ISBN or ISSN 1 920952 53 5
Date Accessioned 2006-02-27
Date Available 2012-03-20T01:51:28Z
Language en_US
Research Centre Centre for Governance and Public Policy; Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance; Socio-Legal Research Centre
Faculty Arts, Education and Law
Subject PRE2009-Public Administration
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/33942
Publication Type Major Reviews/Reports
Publication Type Code d

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