Adam Graycar

Preaching is no solution for building integrity

Branding upstanding public servants as potential criminals won't stop those who really are on the take, writes public policy professor Adam Graycar, author of Understanding and Preventing Corruption. But we can stop transgressions becoming systemic. Read More

Entitlements scandals demand integrity, not more rules

Persistent beliefs that corruption in government is endemic and unsolvable are simply not true, writes public policy professor Adam Graycar, former SA Cabinet Office head and author of Understanding and Preventing Corruption. More rules won't stop the remaining Bronwyn Bishops, but a focus on integrity culture might. Read More