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Getting the government America deserves : how ethics reform can make a difference

Author: Richard W Painter
Publisher: OXford : Oxford University Press, 2009
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard W Painter
ISBN: 9780195378719 0195378717
OCLC Number: 474288481
Notes: The fiduciary principle in private and public spheres. The executive branch : ethics rules that work when we need them, rules that don't work, rules that we do not need, and rules we need but don't have. Implementation and enforcement of ethics rules in the executive branch : how big are the gaps in the system?. Outsourcing executive branch functions and its ethical consequences. When lawyers work for the government. Legislative branch ethics reform: more stringency or more hypocrisy?. When ethics law and other law intersect: insider trading, taxes and financial conflicts of interest. Bagmen in black tie or professional intermediaries : the growth of lobbying and prospects for reform avenues of influence for lobbyists. Off the books lobbying, electioneering and the special purpose entities that do it. The official White House Office of Political affairs, the unofficial office of political affairs, and personal capacity political activity by government officials. Campaign finance : the elephant and donkey in the room
Description: xxi, 301 p.
Contents: The fiduciary principle in private and public spheres --
The executive branch : ethics rules that work when we need them, rules that don't work, rules that we do not need, and rules we need but don't have --
Implementation and enforcement of ethics rules in the executive branch : how big are the gaps in the system?. Outsourcing executive branch functions and its ethical consequences --
When lawyers work for the government --
Legislative branch ethics reform: more stringency or more hypocrisy?. When ethics law and other law intersect: insider trading, taxes and financial conflicts of interest --
Bagmen in black tie or professional intermediaries : the growth of lobbying and prospects for reform avenues of influence for lobbyists --
Off the books lobbying, electioneering and the special purpose entities that do it --
The official White House Office of Political affairs, the unofficial office of political affairs, and personal capacity political activity by government officials --
Campaign finance : the elephant and donkey in the room.
Responsibility: Richard W. Painter

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