Public Sector Value and Virtue and the OECD

  • Cynthia E. Lynch
  • Thomas D. Lynch
Part of the IIAS Series: Governance and Public Management book series (GPM)


The values and virtues of a society are imbedded and communicated through the words and actions of its organizations and institutions. When these organizations and institutions are global in nature and government related, they have enormous scope and influence over all people. This chapter is about the values and virtues established by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Between its member states and non-member states, the OECD has influence over 100 nations.


Public Sector Corporate Governance Member Country Money Laundering Governing Council 
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© Cynthia E. Lynch and Thomas D. Lynch 2011

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  • Cynthia E. Lynch
  • Thomas D. Lynch

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