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Title:Ethics in public administration : evidence from Slovenia
Authors:Nedelko, Zlatko (Author)
Potočan, Vojko (Author)
Files:.pdf Transylvanian_Review_of_Administrative_Sciences_2013_Nedelko,_Potocan_Ethics_in_Public_Administration_Evidence_From_Slovenia.pdf (396,63 KB)
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URL http://rtsa.ro/tras/index.php/tras/article/view/400
 
Language:English
Work type:Scientific work (r2)
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:The main purpose of this paper is to examine how employeesʼ personal ethics, expressed through their personal values and attitudes toward social and environmental issues, are associated with the ethics of organizations in public administration. The authors introduce their own theoretical model that examines the relations between employeesʼ personal ethics - expressed through employeesʼ personal values and attitudes toward natural and social environments - and the ethics of public administration. The reported study examined these relations and tested a proposed model based on the answers of 212 employees from public administration organizations in Slovenia. Employeesʼ attitudes toward natural and social environments and the ethics of their organizations were measured using a questionnaire designed to measure aspects of ethics whereas personal values were measured using the Schwartz value survey. The results demonstrated that employeesʼ self-enhancing values significantly influence their attitudes toward the natural environment. Employeesʼ self-transcendence and self-enhancement values significantly influence their attitudes toward the social environment and the ethics of organizations. In addition, research results about the mediation effect of employeesʼ attitudes toward natural and social environments on the association between the employeesʼ personal values and their perception of the ethics of public administration organizations reveals that employeesʼ social attitudes have a significant impact on the ethics of public administration while the impact of self-transcending and self-enhancing values becomes insignificant. Based on results of testing our model we can conclude that the employeeʼs attitudes toward to the social environment represent a significantly more powerful predictor of ethics in public administration organizations than the employeesʼ personal values. These results present a solid basis for further theoretical and practical advancement of public administration ethics.
Keywords:attitudes, ethics, natural environment, public administration, Slovenia, social environment, values
Year of publishing:2013
Number of pages:str. 88-108
Numbering:posebna št., Letn. 9
ISSN:1842-2845
UDC:35:17
ISSN on article:1842-2845
COBISS_ID:11633948 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:XHD0RSR3
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Title:Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences
Publisher:Faculty of Political Sciences, Public Administration and Communication, Babes Bolyai University
ISSN:1842-2845
COBISS.SI-ID:2605230 New window

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License:CC BY 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Link:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Description:This is the standard Creative Commons license that gives others maximum freedom to do what they want with the work as long as they credit the author.
Licensing start date:14.07.2017

Secondary language

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:javna uprava, posamezniki, zaposleni, etika, vrednote, okolje


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