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Public Integrity
Editor-in-Chief: Carole L. Jurkiewicz, Hofstra University ( Carole.Jurkiewicz@Hofstra.edu)
Managing Editor: Frank Anechiarico, Hamilton College ( FAnechia@Hamilton.edu)
Associate Managing Editor: Mohamad G. Alkadry, Florida International University ( MAlkadry@FIU.edu)
Associate Managing Editor: Emile W. Kolthoff, Open Universiteit, Faculty of Law ( Emile.Kolthoff@OU.nl)
Exemplar Profile Editor: J. Patrick Dobel, University of Washington ( PDobel@UW@edu)
Book Review Co-Editor: Christopher A. Simon, University of Utah ( Simon@MPA.Utah.edu)
Book Review Co-Editor: Lina Svedin, University of Utah ( Lina.Svedin@Poli-Sci.Utah.edu)

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Governance is changing rapidly, and change brings compelling ethical challenges. Sponsored by the American Society for Public Administration, International City/County Management Association, Council of State Governments, and the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws, Public Integrity is the foremost journal on ethics and leadership in all aspects of modern public service. Written for both scholars and practitioners as well as concerned citizens, its driving force is the notion of integrity that is so basic a part of democratic life. The journal features refereed articles, case studies, exemplar profiles, field reports, commentaries, and book reviews on a broad spectrum of ethical concerns in local, state, national, and international affairs.

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"Public Integrity is the premiere journal in the field focusing on ethical administration and accountability in public organizations. It provides timely and valuable lessons for academics, practitioners and students of the field. It is a 'must have' for any library that is serious about having a comprehensive public administration collection." -Stephen E. Condrey, Ph.D. President, American Society for Public Administration

"Public Integrity is where I find the most up-to-date scholarship on public service ethics. I recommend it to all my students." -Mary E. Guy, University of Colorado, Denver

"Each volume of Public Integrity is a delight to read for scholars and practitioners who want to stay current on ethical issues and research so vital to all aspects of modern public administration." -Richard Stillman, University of Colorado at Denver

"The public administration community is fortunate to have scholars from the academic and practitioner community sharing their insights on timely ethics issues. Given the broad spectrum of issues that are covered, readers are provided an understanding of the underpinnings of ethical dilemmas and responses to challenges we face in our various public service capacities. I am sure you will find this journal to be a great resource. I commend the editors and editorial board members for undertaking this publication." -Cheryle A. Broom, ASPA Past President and King County Auditor

"Each issue of Public Integrity generates an ethical consciousness that is so critically needed in the public sector. The quality of its articles places it as one of the leading journals of our profession." -Louis C. Gawthrop, University of Baltimore

"At last a journal dedicated to the first concern of democratic government: an open and honest process. Public Integrity should be essential reading not only for academics and government officials but also for citizens concerned about the future of democracy around the world." -Frederick M. Hermann, NJ Election Law Enforcement Commission
 
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1099-9922 Vol. 16 No. 4 (Fall 2014 - Summer 2015) 4

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Editorial Board
Frank Anechiarico, Hamilton College; Danny L. Balfour, Grand Valley State University; Barbara S. Blumenfield, International City/County Management Association; Kathleen Clark, Washington University in St. Louis; Frank Daley, Nebraska Accountability & Disclosure Commission; H. George Frederickson, University of Kansas; David Freel, Ohio State University; Stuart Gilman, Global Integrity Group, Washington, D.C.; Jennifer A. Hardin, Ohio Ethics Commission, Columbus, Ohio; Leo Huberts, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Sara R. Jordan, University of Miami; Roth Judd, Integritas; Soonhe Kim, Syracuse University; Scott Lazenby, City of Sandy, Oregon; Mark M. Levin, City of Maryland Heights, Missouri; Darrin Lim, Nielsen Merksamer Parrinello Gross & Leoni, LLP, California; Michael Macaulay, Teesside University, UK; Donald C. Menzel, American Society for Public Administration; Jason C. Moseley, The Council of State Governments, Kentucky; Patrick Overeem, Leiden University, The Netherlands; Paul Seamus Ryan, The Campaign Legal Center, Washington, D.C.; David Schultz, Hamline University; Zhao Shurong, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China; John R. Steffen, Executive Branch Ethics Commission, Kentucky; Johns Steiner, City of Austin, Texas; James H. Svara, Arizona State University; Rick Thompson, R. Thompson & Associates, Georgia; Gary VanLandingham, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Washington, D.C.; Loren A. Wells, Elections Ontario, Canada; Howard Whitton, The University of Canberra, Australia


Table of Contents
Fall 2014
Vol. 16 No. 04

Changing of the Guard
333
THE 75TH ASPA ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM: VISIONS AND VOICES OF ETHICS IN THE PROFESSION
David Schultz, “Introduction: Looking Back, Looking Forward: Professional Ethics for a New Era”
335
Richard M. Jacobs, “Incorporating the ASPA Code of Ethics Across the M.P.A. Curriculum: A Three-Step Process for Curriculum Development”
339
Doron Navot, “The Concept of Political Corruption: Lessons from a Lost Epoch”
357
Sara R. Jordan, “Beneficence and the Expert Bureaucracy: Ethics for the Future of Big Data Governance”
375
Robert Wechsler, “Missing Out: The Consequences of Academic Noninvolvement in the Reform of Government Conflicts of Interest Programs”
395
Susan E. Zinner, “Paragons of Virtue: Is Florence Nightingale Working in the Next Cubicle?”
411
BOOK REVIEWS
Timothy J. Conlan, Paul L. Posner, and David R. Beam, Pathways of Power: The Dynamics of National Policymaking, reviewed by Thad Hall
423
Suzanne McCorkle and Stephanie L. Witt, People Skills for Public Managers, reviewed by Laura Briefer
425
David Y. Miller and Raymond W. Cox III, Governing the Metropolitan Region: America s New Frontier, reviewed by Neil Abercrombie
427
INDEX TO VOLUME 16
431

 

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