Institutional maturity and challenges for integrity bodies
Integrity bodies, as monitoring and review authorities, are dualistic institutions acutely subject to the forces of integration and autonomy. They are usefully embraced by governance perspectives that suggest ascending levels of maturity through which all institutions can potentially progress. The perspectives and levels have distinctive features with inherent challenges ideally requiring the involvement of particular types of institutional leaders.
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