Public Policy: Ethics
A. Klimczuk, Public Policy: Ethics, [in:] J. D. Wright (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Elsevier, Oxford 2015, pp. 580-585.
Posted: 15 Jul 2015
Date Written: March 14, 2014
There are many ethical dimensions of public policy. Public policy as actions to solve the collective problems includes directly or indirectly making ethical judgments. Public policy takes into account reconciliation of conflicting interests of individuals, groups, and organizations which is based on the values agreeing which influences on the objectives, principles, and styles of policy implementation. Ethical judgments about selecting more and less important as well as more positive problem solutions are present on all stages of policy cycle.
Keywords: Public Administration, Political Participation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Decision Making, Leadership, Trust, Governance, Professional Ethics, Culture and Politics, Stakeholder Analysis, Leadership (Political Science), Responsibility, Social Responsibility, Transparency, Political Ethics, Cor
JEL Classification: A13, H83, Z18
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