Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies

eds. Alexander Mayer-Rieckh and Pablo de Greiff

Vetting—the process by which abusive or corrupt employees are excluded from public office—is often practiced in post-conflict societies, yet it remains one of the least studied aspects of transitional justice. In Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies, a copublication of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) and the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), editors Alexander Mayer-Rieckh and Pablo de Greiff have assembled a collection of essays systematically exploring vetting practices in a variety of countries and contexts.

The second volume of the International Center for Transitional Justice’s Advancing Transitional Justice Series.

May 2007 | 566 Pages | 978-0-9790772-1-0 | The Social Science Research Council | $35.00 | Buy this book

Title
Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies
Author
eds. Alexander Mayer-Rieckh and Pablo de Greiff
Published
Social Science Research Council, 2007
ISBN
978-0-9790772-1-0
Citation
Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies, eds. Alexander Mayer-Rieckh and Pablo de Greiff (New York: Social Science Research Council, 2007).