This paper describes the philosophy and policy context of integrity system assessment activities (including the intertiol context for such assessments), reviews the outcome of the Queensland public sector pilot study, and presents a framework methodology for the present and future integrity system assessment. It also previews key challenges and conclusions of the assessment, and alyses critical issues about the political legitimacy of integrity concepts, including the fundamental question: who defines integrity and why should they be listened to?
Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2004 (2004)
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