Assessing integrity systems: Introduction to the symposium

Brown, A. J. and Head, Brian (2005) Assessing integrity systems: Introduction to the symposium. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 64 2: 42-47.


Author Brown, A. J.
Head, Brian
Title Assessing integrity systems: Introduction to the symposium
Journal name Australian Journal of Public Administration   Check publisher's open access policy
Publication date 2005-06
Sub-type Other
DOI 10.1111/j.1467-8500.2005.00438.x
Volume 64
Issue 2
Start page 42
End page 47
Total pages 6
Place of publication Richmond, Vic., Australia
Publisher Blackwell
Language eng
Subject 1605 Policy and Administration
Abstract The following Symposium on Australia's national integrity systems, drawn from an Australian Research Council-funded project conducted in 2002-2004 by researchers from Griffith University, Charles Sturt University, University of Sydney, RMIT University, Monash University and the Australian National University, together with Transparency International Australia. The first three papers examine the public integrity regimes at federal, state (NSW) and local levels. The remaining four papers develop three themes as a framework for assessing strengths and weaknesses in Australia's major integrity regimes: consequences, capacity and coherence. The papers were originally presented in sessions of the Australasian Political Studies Association (University of Adelaide, September 2004) and the 5th National Investigation Symposium (NSW Ombudsman, Independent Commission Against Corruption and Institute of Public Administration Australia NSW, Sydney, November 2004).
Keyword Integrity systems
Q-Index Code CX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

 
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