A National Integrity System Assessment of Georgia
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This paper reports on a two-year project examining the National Integrity System of Georgia in the Caucasus (GNISA). The GNISA research project used methodology developed for the earlier national integrity study of Australia and adapted this for Georgia. The research involved conducting 83 interviews with key institutions in Georgia, supported by a range of focus groups and workshops. The findings report on the capacity, coherence and consequences of Georgia's existing integrity system. The findings present a summary of 26 recommendations to the Georgian Government to enhance integrity reform in the country and make suggestions regarding implementation strategies to achieve these reforms. Within the context of a growing interest in areas such as public integrity, public sector ethics, social responsibility and sustainability, this research identifies and highlights an important contribution to new knowledge, as well as explaining the methods to achieve similar outcomes in other contexts.
26th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management Conference 2012
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