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CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST POLICIES AND PRACTICES IN NINE EU MEMBER STATES: A COMPARATIVE REVIEW

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OECD Papers, 2007, Vol.7(2), pp.1,3,5-40 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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  • Title:
    CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST POLICIES AND PRACTICES IN NINE EU MEMBER STATES: A COMPARATIVE REVIEW
  • Author/Creator: Anonymous
  • Language: English
  • Subjects: Europe ; Conflicts of Interest ; Public Sector ; Manycountries ; Corruption in Government ; Regulation ; Western Europe ; Public Sector ; Regulation
  • Is Part Of: OECD Papers, 2007, Vol.7(2), pp.1,3,5-40
  • Description: Following a request by the Czech Ministry of Interior, this paper was prepared for Sigma in December 2005 by Prof. Manuel Villoria-Mendieta, University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain. It provides descriptive data and an evaluative analytical overview of approaches to regulating and managing conflicts of interest in the public sector of nine European countries - six "old" EU members (France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom) and three "new" EU members (Hungary, Latvia and Poland). It was intended to serve as a basic comparative working document for the preparation of a new policy and regulation on conflict of interest in the Czech public sector. Given the degree of generality adopted in the paper, it might also be useful for any country interested in having comparative input when drafting regulations or building institutions for the management of conflicts of interest. This revised version corrects certain factual data concerning the information on Latvia. [PUBLICATION...
  • Identifier: ISSN: 16091914 ; E-ISSN: 16812328