Good governance is a system of government that is valued for its procedural qualities, for its abilities to produced specific outputs, and for generating desirable outcomes. A system of government is good if the rule of law is respected, if there is little to no corruption, if there is no political violence and instability, if the government is effective and if there is good regulatory quality and, last but not least, if the system of government is accountable. The essays included in this volume cover good governance and its sub-dimensions. The key conclusion is that good governance matters. It creates the conditions for better, more humane societies, and, ultimately, for a better world.
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Understanding Good Governance
From Theory to Practice
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