International Development Governance
The establishment of good governance is a major challenge for the developing world, along with the need to sustain the progress resulting from developmental efforts. Although there are numerous studies on the development and governance of emerging nations, few volumes make a serious effort to bring together these two critical concepts.
International Development Governance combines the two concepts - development and governance - by examining the issues and problems faced by nations in their attempts to establish sustainable governance. This textbook also initiates discussions on the concept of development governance in an international context.
The book fills the gap in existing literature by drawing upon the experience and expertise of scholars from a broad spectrum of knowledge. Their views explain the issues and problems with reference to a number of tools that could establish "development governance" and sustain it. The text offers in-depth examinations of developmental sectors, resulting in a textbook that will inspire future public officials, policy makers, and consultants to contribute to the betterment of life for citizens of developing countries.
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Changing Configurations of
Globalization and Development
Neoliberal Globalization and
Economic Development and Democratic
Laying a Propelling Foundation
Human Rights and Governance
Governance for Sustainable
Privatization and Development
Governance for Environmental
EGovernment and Development
Good Governance Bureaucracy
Public Sector Reforms
Public Service Reform
A Short History of Failure?
Issues and Problems in Development Governance
Corruption and Development
Ten Major Flaws in Combating
Sound Governance and Administrative
Development Governance Tools
Participation in Governance
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