2 edition of State of governance found in the catalog.
State of governance
Centre for Civil Society (New Delhi, India)
2006 by Published by Centre for Civil Society for Neutral Pub. House, Ranchi in New Delhi .
Written in English
On economic policies and status of various government agencies, departments of Jharkhand, India and their performance; includes remedial measures for civic improvement; a study undertaken for Prabhat Khabar, a Hindi daily published from Ranchi, Patna.
|Statement||report prepared by Centre for Civil Society, Delhi.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|LC Classifications||HC437.J46 C46 3006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||2006453297|
The project reports aggregate and individual indicators for more than countries for six dimensions of governance: voice and accountability, political stability and lack of violence, government effectiveness, regulatory quality, rule of lawcontrol of corruption. Conflicts among feminists—global North and South; left, center, and right—emerge as struggles over governance. This general use of governance enables theorists to explore abstract analyses of the construction of social orders, social coordination, or social practices irrespective of their specific content. Similarly, accounts of growing transnational and international constraints on states suggest that a need to rethink the nature of social inclusion and social justice.
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And, second, the new regional regimes are often taken to be examples of a networked polity and so of the new governance rather than an elder government. What happens when feminist critique inverts into governing norms? They want the state to withdraw from direct delivery of services. They develop typologies of such governing structures—most commonly bureaucracies, markets, and networks—and they identify the characteristics associated with each structure.
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Transnational policy networks are arguably the defining feature of a new pattern of regional and also international governance. They develop typologies of such governing structures—most commonly bureaucracies, markets, and networks—and they identify the characteristics associated with each structure.
The literature on multilevel governance in the EU posits links in the EU between the European Commissionnational ministries, and local and regional authorities. Government officials should also be responsive to this kind of engagement. The study of governance generally approaches power as distinct from or exceeding the centralized authority of the modern state.
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Participatory governance[ edit ] Participatory governance focuses on deepening democratic engagement through the participation of citizens in the processes of governance with the state. The theory of multi-level governance, developed mainly by Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marksarose from increasing European integrationparticularly through the European Union.
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