Good Governance as a Concept, and Why This Matters for Development Policy
AbstractAlmost all major development institutions today say that promoting good governance is an important part of their agendas. Despite this consensus, ?good governance? is an extremely elusive objective: it means different things to different organizations and
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democracy; development policy; foreign aid; good governance; governance;
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