Coffee & Doughnuts: Building Accountability
Corruption and American Cities: Essays and Case Studies in Ethical Accountability
Corruption is a chronic public concern affecting America's cities. Greed, ethical lapses and lack of accountability have drained untold millions in tax dollars.
Corrupt practices range from embezzlement, graft, bribery, kickbacks, extortion, nepotism and patronage to the misuse of funds, vehicles, equipment, supplies and other public resources. Court proceedings to investigate and prosecute perpetrators add to the cost.
Media exposes have magnified the spectacle of abusive and unethical government. This book investigates the reasons behind corruption and imparts guidelines for better accountability.
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Carroll, John J., "Coffee & Doughnuts: Building Accountability" (2016). HCBE Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 120.