This theme-based book review highlights three recent texts, on immigration policy in the United States and European Union; corruption and exclusion; and applied ethics in executive and administrative practice. The review includes Ethical dilemmas of migration: Moral challenges for policymakers, by Jean-Claude Garcia-Zamor; Legal but corrupt: A new perspective on public ethics, edited by Frank Anechiarico; and Administrative ethics and executive decisions: Channeling and containing administrative discretion, by Chad Newswander.
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Anechiarico, F. (Ed.). (2017). Legal but corrupt: A new perspective on public ethics. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
Garcia-Zamor, J. (2018). Ethical dilemmas of migration: Moral challenges for policymakers. Cham: Springer.
Newswander, C. B. (2018). Administrative ethics and executive decisions: Channeling and containing administrative discretion. New York: Routledge.
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Atkinson, C.L. Theme-Based Book Review: Considering Work on Ethics in Immigration Policy, Corruption, and Executive/Administrative Practice. Public Organiz Rev 20, 203–212 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11115-018-0428-4
- Book review
- Public policy
- Administrative discretion
- Immigration policy (EU & US)