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Латвия
Whitton H. Developing the “ethical competence” of public officials – a capacity-building approach. Viešoji Politika ir Administravimas. 2007. № 21. Pp. 49-60.

Traditional notion of 3E (economy, efficiency and effectiveness) in public administration is transformed into 4E adding the ethical aspect of public servants activities. Author argues that the professionalism in contemporary public service is inevitably associated with ethical competence. Subject-matter knowledge, attitude and commitment, advocacy, reasoning, problem-solving, self-awareness and consensus-building skills are the core elements of such competence. Training public servants in-office a video based training methodology may be effective tool reaching the desired results. Application of such training method is described in the paper analyzing the experience of the transitional so-cieties (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Bulgaria). 

Шкарупин А.Г., Ширинова Ю.Р. Динамика коррупции в Латвийской Республике. Право и современные государства. 2012. № 4. С. 5-12.

Противодействие коррупции предполагает изучение ее динамики. Авторы исследуют основные параметры коррупции в Латвийской Республике за последнее десятилетие. В работе сопоставлены статистические данные коррупционных правонарушений, проведен анализ законодательства и деятельности антикоррупционного органа, Бюро по предотвращению и борьбе с коррупцией.

Литва
Aleknevičiene J. Lithuania’s “fight” against corruption: why can’t we see any progress? Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review. 2013. Vol. 11. Iss. 1. Pp. 255-278.

The purpose of this article is to discuss and analyze the efforts being made to reduce corruption in Lithuania in the framework of a social constructionism tradition. Under examination are the European Union’s anti-corruption interests, the emergence of corruption in Lithuania, corruption objectivisation elements and anti-corruption practices in Lithuania. It is claimed that Lithuania’s efforts to reduce corruption can be likened to an anti-corruption industry. The article’s findings state that expressions of this anti-corruption industry serve to increase the visibility of corruption in Lithuanian society; international corruption research in Lithuania is afforded undeserved prominence, and the “reality” it purports to describe as well as the resulting anti-corruption initiatives are created ignoring national particularities; assessment of the effectiveness of anti-corruption initiatives requires more time; the negative information concerning efforts to reduce corruption strongly overwhelms the positive information released. All these listed factors determine that any progress in the field of corruption reduction in Lithuania often goes by unnoticed.

Dobryninas A. Lithuania’s anti-corruption policy: between the “west” and the “east”? European Journal on Criminal Policy & Research. 2005. Vol. 11. Iss. 1. Pp. 77-95.
Johannsen L., Pedersen K.H. How to combat corruption: assessing anti-corruption measures from a civil servant’s perspective. Halduskultuur. 2012. Vol. 13. Iss. 2. Pp. 130-146.

The Baltic States have overhauled legislation to detect wrongdoing and conducted anti-corruption campaigns. However, little attention has been given to the evaluation of the effectiveness of the measures and the possible trade-offs in relation to democracy and the rule of law. On the basis of more than 1,500 interviews, civil servants’ perception of the effectiveness of increased detection, punishment for corrupt officials, and conducting campaigns and ethical training are mapped. Across the three countries, the civil servants find an increase in punishment most effective and recommendable although campaigns and ethical training should not be overlooked. Furthermore, it is found that civil servants’ perception of anti-corruption measures is influenced by their sensitivity to the extent of misuse within their country and gender in addition to national differences between the countries.

Johannsen L., Pedersen K.H. The institutional roots of anti-corruption policies: comparing the three Baltic states. Journal of Baltic Studies. 2011. Vol. 42. Iss. 3. Pp. 329-346.
Johannsen L., Pedersen K.H., Pivoras S. Falling between two stools – the case of the Lithuanian civil servant reform of 2013. Journal of Comparative Politics. 2015. Vol. 8. Iss. 1. Pp. 34-48.
Krikščiūnas R., Matulienė S. The conception of corruption and its forms in public administration of Lithuania. Вопросы российского и международного права. 2013. № 4. С. 38-55
Michael B., Kennon E., Hansen J.K. The future of anti-corruption measures in Lithuania. Viešoji Politika ir Administravimas. 2006. № 16. Pp. 7-15.
Palidauskaite J. Codes of ethics in transitional democracies. Public Integrity. 2006. Vol. 8. Iss. 1. Pp. 34-48.
Palidauskaite J. Ethical problems in public life and their solution: Lithuanian scenario. Social Sciences. 2011. Vol. 71. Iss. 1. Pp. 15-23.

Ethical problems and issues are not a new phenomenon. Even democratic societies witness certain scandals. New democracies are not exceptions. This article concentrates on a Lithuanian case (an example of new democracies) and tries to answer the question what ethical problems appear in the contemporary public life and how the government addresses them. The article consists of several parts which try to elaborate the topic and explain the Lithuanian scenario. A short presentation of ethical problems is followed by the analysis of Lithuanian scandals which allow distinguishing several ethical issues. An analysis of Lithuanian legislation and institutional arrangements helps to answer the question about the proposed ways of solving one or other ethical problems. Summing up an alternative scenario for tackling ethical problems in Lithuanian public life is provided and several ideas which in the future can develop the topic of ethical problems are pointed out. 

Palidauskaite J., Pevkur A., Reinholde I. A comparative approach to civil service ethics in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Journal of Baltic Studies. 2010. Vol. 41. Iss. 1. Pp. 45-71.
Whitton H. Developing the “ethical competence” of public officials – a capacity-building approach. Viešoji Politika ir Administravimas. 2007. № 21. Pp. 49-60.

Traditional notion of 3E (economy, efficiency and effectiveness) in public administration is transformed into 4E adding the ethical aspect of public servants activities. Author argues that the professionalism in contemporary public service is inevitably associated with ethical competence. Subject-matter knowledge, attitude and commitment, advocacy, reasoning, problem-solving, self-awareness and consensus-building skills are the core elements of such competence. Training public servants in-office a video based training methodology may be effective tool reaching the desired results. Application of such training method is described in the paper analyzing the experience of the transitional so-cieties (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Bulgaria). 

Римкус В. Опыт Литвы по борьбе с коррупцией на законодательном уровне. Вестник Сибирского юридического института ФСКН России. 2008. № 1. С. 85-92
Мальта
Aquilina D., Chetcuti A. Match-fixing: the case of Malta. International Journal of Sport Policy. 2014. Vol. 6. Iss. 1. Pp. 107-128.
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