|Author:||John W. Langford,Kenneth Kernaghan|
|Publisher:||Inst for Research on (July 1, 1990)|
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Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique.
The Responsible Public Servant. Thousands of students and government employees at the federal, provincial and municipal levels have used The Responsible Public Servant in the classroom and professional development workshops to guide their consideration of ethical dilemmas which public servants face on a daily basis.
The Responsible Public Servant - Kenneth Kernaghan. Should public servants be obliged to blow the whistle? Are public servants responsible for the outcomes of policies adopted on the strength of their advice? Should a public servant be able to moonlight? Should public servants be obligated to limit their rights to free political expression?
The Responsible Public Servant book. by Kenneth Kernaghan.
The Responsible Public Servant book. Is it acceptable for a public servant to blow the whistle?.
Find nearly any book by John W Langford. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Transport in transition: The reorganization of the federal transport portfolio (Canadian public administration series). ISBN 9780773502529 (978-0-7735-0252-9) Hardcover, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1976.
Are public servants responsible for the outcomes of government actions to which they contribute? Do they have an obligation to pursue the public interest? Are there limits on the extent of their loyalty to political masters? How do they avoid conflict of interest? Is it possible t. .
Canadian Public Policy is Canada's foremost journal examining economic . The Responsible Public Servant by Kenneth Kernaghan, John W. Langford (pp. 124-125).
Canadian Public Policy is Canada's foremost journal examining economic and social policy. This quarterly journal publishes interdisciplinary articles in English or French.
John Alfred Langford (12 September 1823 – 24 January 1903) was an English journalist, poet and antiquary in Birmingham. Born in Crawley's Court, Bradford Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire, Langford was the second surviving son of John Langford, who came to Birmingham from Wales in 1815, started business in 1828 as a chairmaker. He owed his early education to his mother, Harriet Eaton, a paralysed invalid.