Book: Integrity management in the public sector - The Dutch approach
This book provides an overview and analysis of the Dutch integrity management approach. In the Netherlands, public integrity was placed on the agenda in the early 1990s. Dutch efforts in the field of integrity management can therefore be qualified as relatively long lasting.
Integrity management in the public sector, The Dutch approach describes how the Dutch integrity system operates from both a national (part I) and an organisational (part II) perspective. The final section of the book (part III) contains academic reflections.
All in all, the book provides insights that might inspire other countries in their own efforts to manage integrity. This book’s target audience includes policy-makers, ethics and integrity entities, anticorruption agencies, integrity and compliance officers, as well as NGOs, students, and researchers.
Integrity and integrity management in the Netherlands
Describing the scene, definitions, strategies and developments
Alain Hoekstra, Isabel Gaisbauer and Leo Huberts
The national perspective
The organisational perspective
An organisation with integrity: feasible or a question of ideals?
On the design of the integrity position within the Hellevoetsluis
Integrity incorporated in strategy and daily processes
The Netherlands Tax and Customs Administration