This paper seeks to create a better understanding of sound ethical practices in the public and non-profit sector, highlighting these sectors and the issue areas, presenting work and practices that have been executed in the past, and exploring the implications that sound ethical principles have as a foundation for good governance for public servants, non-profit organization employees and even private employees.
Because governance is a term that spreads across all fields, several applications of sound ethical practices will be introduced and discussed in depth in this paper. An extensive study on best practices in the USA and Nigeria will be done in order to evaluate the progress (or the lack thereof) in the established systems. This will be done through the review of works extensively produced in search of solutions to the challenges presented by changing ethical realities.
Agim, Ogechukwu Marlyn
"Instituting Sound Ethical Practices as a Foundation for Good Governance,"
The Siegel Institute Journal of Applied Ethics: Vol. 9
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/silecjournal/vol9/iss1/1