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Controlling Corruption in Developing Country Public Sector: A Process Ecosystems Perspective

Rehan Syed, Wasana Bandara
2019 International Conference on Information Systems  
Public sector organisations in developing countries are in immense pressure to deliver citizen-centric services.  ...  The process ecosystem perspective used here to conceptualise corruption is novel.  ...  The case study highlights the importance of developing a sustainable process-aware culture in public sector organisations.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/SyedB19 fatcat:gz7f7epzbnaznjoqx7zw5eyhbu

Towards ICT Impact Framework: Private and Public Sectors Perspective

R. Gatautis, A. Medziausiene, A. Tarute, E. Vaiciukynaite
2015 Journal of Economics Business and Management  
Private sector was deeply analyzes by various researchers; however ICT impact on public sector is not explored in deep.  ...  Paper analyzes ICT development preconditions as well as various perspectives towards ICT economic impact evaluation.  ...  The amount of corruption is various across countries and depends on the country, government system and culture.  ... 
doi:10.7763/joebm.2015.v3.229 fatcat:estizud76naodbfljtjay7xhae

Feedback for a better performing public sector

Alex Brenninkmeijer
2016 Public Governance  
To conclude, improvement of the performance of the public sector should be based on a learning process; feedback is highly relevant to this.  ...  In this context, a culture of difficult conversations is highly relevant as a part of the learning process.  ...  a complex discourse that facilitates the development of the public sector in a positive direction.  ... 
doi:10.15678/zp.2016.35.1.06 fatcat:t3ypxtp7yzbjnkcdapapbxiod4

Open Data Sectors and Communities: Land Ownership [chapter]

T Davies, S Chattapadhyay
2019 Zenodo  
Chapter 12 in the book The State of Open Data: Histories and Horizons.  ...  An increasing number of organisations in the sector have adopted open licences for their data and publications, and, in 2017, a number signed onto a Land Information Ecosystem Declaration, 69 yet broad  ...  In doing so, the chapter seeks to highlight how the topic of land ownership and open data provides a unique perspective on the challenges of building open data infrastructures and ecosystems in the context  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2677838 fatcat:gjenvrhryna23iokl5bd32k7ea

Water sector governance: a return ticket to anarchy

Kai Wegerich, Jeroen Warner, Cecilia Tortajada
2014 International Journal of Water Governance  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems as well as Dryland Systems for their financial support.  ...  Yet a closer look at the experience of irrigation during colonialism highlights that the development of water control infrastructure and management was a 'learning process'.  ...  What was legal in olden days, is now illegal from a (good) governance perspective.  ... 
doi:10.7564/14-ijwg66 fatcat:5jq5jimjwnhc5iqbdxzkv3lozu

ICT-enabled public sector innovation

Jeremy Millard
2013 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance - ICEGOV '13  
It develops a vision of an 'open governance framework', moving beyond 'new public management', based on ICT-enabled societalwide collaboration.  ...  This experience paper is a personal thinkpiece which outlines many of the main issues and discussions taking place in Europe and elsewhere about the future of the public sector and how it can respond positively  ...  Much literature has grown up around and beyond these traditions, notably work on the embeddedness of public sector innovation in the politico-administrative system [4] , and from a public value perspective  ... 
doi:10.1145/2591888.2591901 dblp:conf/icegov/Millard13 fatcat:2k2fslbov5fn3g2t3jhhqnh5je


Raimundas Kalesnykas
2020 Acta Prosperitatis  
in the public sector.  ...  Corruption as a multi - structured global phenomenon undermines good governance, public trust in public sector organizations and causes serious damage to the functioning of those organizations.  ...  Included in the list of valuable support are: Caucasus University administration and colleagues from University and business society.  ... 
doi:10.37804/1691-6077-2020-11-92-115 fatcat:7iftageqcvffvczdnwpv7rf6le

Corporate Social Responsibility and Corruption: Implications for the Sustainable Energy Sector

Jintao Lu, Licheng Ren, Jiayuan Qiao, Siqin Yao, Wadim Strielkowski, Justas Streimikis
2019 Sustainability  
Our results show that CSR can play a vital role in dealing with corruption in the energy sector at the enterprise level.  ...  The authors argue that the corruption risks represent a very important issue that is hampering sustainable energy development, and CSR can be applied to mitigate these risks in the energy sector.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank the anonymous reviewers and all the editors in the process of manuscript revision. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11154128 fatcat:gozkbskzhrfv7o4lia6mhttl2u


Aditya Wirawan, Elvrida N. Sinaga
2022 Scientium Law Review (SLR)  
Corruption in the education sector is a big question considering enact-ing the education and anti-corruption laws.  ...  The existence of digitalization rules and Big Data in national education controlled by the Chief Digital Officer can prevent corruption in the education sector.  ...  Literature Review: Corruption in The Education Sector and The Use of Technology as Prevention Efforts Corruption in the public sector almost occurs in many countries and sectors, including the educational  ... 
doi:10.56282/slr.v1i1.53 fatcat:dgktdw2hwbdz5mjoors2nmfitu

On the high road to future forest sector competitiveness

Jaana Korhonen
2016 Dissertationes Forestales  
The goal of this dissertation is to analyze international competitiveness and its drivers from five different perspectives at the regional, country, and firm levels, with an emphasis on the pulp and paper  ...  Therefore, more responsible use of global forest resources can offer solutions to global sustainability challenges, and in the transition to a bioeconomy in which the forest industry plays a key role.  ...  In non-OECD countries the corruption level associated positively with the planted forest area development.  ... 
doi:10.14214/df.217 fatcat:6wjdods6efew7bufmk5gzlw3i4

Cross-Sectoral Digital Platform as a Tool for Innovation Ecosystem Development

Leyla Gamidullaeva, Tatyana Tolstykh, Andrey Bystrov, Alexey Radaykin, Nadezhda Shmeleva
2021 Sustainability  
The authors argue that the development and practical implementation of a cross-sectoral digital ecosystem platform will allow for the synchronizing of the scientific and technological progress of several  ...  that allow for the implementation of self-organization and sustainable development in modern innovation ecosystems.  ...  The Internet of Things -- introduction of control sensors into the technical process; providing remote control.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132111686 fatcat:m6mtzcysevhcjbxkajaa36xydu

Institutional Frameworks for Sustainability? A Comparative Analysis of the Forest Sectors of Russia and the Baltic States

Lars Carlsson, Marius Lazdinis
2004 Ambio  
The overutilization of natural resources in many developing countries illustrates this fact.  ...  The relatively high level of distrust and corruption in Russia (and many other previously communist countries) is well documented.  ... 
doi:10.1639/0044-7447(2004)033[0366:iffsac];2 fatcat:rzfx73djsbfhdohs4b6l36khby

Omnibus Law and the Challenges of the Indonesian Agricultural Sector: an Islamic Perspective

Tengku Harunur Rasyid, Yeni Kusumawaty
2022 Jurnal Kajian Peradaban Islam  
Finally, by taking on an Islamic perspective, it will discuss the substance of the Omnibus law, the essence of the Indonesian agriculture sector in relation to relevant regulations in terms of challenges  ...  The law will also remove the restriction for foreign investment in the horticulture sector and introduce a land bank to collect vacant land which will be redistributed by the government.  ...  process in the formal sector.  ... 
doi:10.47076/jkpis.v5i1.119 fatcat:rmjgxsqvvvhkpd4fb3biraw6by

Institutional Frameworks for Sustainability? A Comparative Analysis of the Forest Sectors of Russia and the Baltic States

Lars Carlsson, Marius Lazdinis
2004 Ambio  
The overutilization of natural resources in many developing countries illustrates this fact.  ...  The relatively high level of distrust and corruption in Russia (and many other previously communist countries) is well documented.  ... 
doi:10.1579/0044-7447-33.6.366 pmid:15387076 fatcat:k6kjaj5vkvcbfnrha7nlfm5ek4

Ecosystem Platform for the Defence and Security Sector of Ukraine

Oleksandr Polischuk
2020 Information & Security An International Journal  
Further, he applies the ecosystem approach to elaborate recommendations for the development of a modern model of national security and defence organisation based on functional integration of the capabilities  ...  While success in current and future conflicts will increasingly be predicated by optimisation of high-tech solutions rather than military capabilities based on mass, the application of modern business  ...  The ecosystem approach to the development of the national security system has been actively implemented since the first decade of 21 st century in a number of countries such as the United Kingdom, Netherlands  ... 
doi:10.11610/isij.4501 fatcat:x64dqtarqzfvbcvtpeuqlk5gnm
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