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  • Development Policy Review: November 2014

    Journal articles or issues | October 2014 | Various
    Articles in this issue of the Development Policy Review explore a wide range of topics, including land tenure reform in Southern Africa, the efficacy of trade facilitation, fisheries trade and social development along the Philippine-Malaysia Maritime Border zone, the...
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  • Making Sense of Governance: Empirical Evidence from 16 Developing Countries

    Books or book chapters | June 2004 | Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Kenneth Mease

    Although governance has been the focus of a considerable body of literature on democratic transitions and consolidation, data to support the claim that the concept is a useful one has been lacking. Now however, Making Sense of Governance clearly shows the...

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  • Conclusions from Phase I

    Working and discussion papers | August 2003 | Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Kenneth Mease

    This paper presents the conclusions of our effort to undertake systematic and comprehensive governance assessments in 16 developing countries - drawing on the views of local stakeholders. This working paper outlines what we consider to be the principal...

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  • Political Society and Governance in 16 Developing Countries

    Working and discussion papers | June 2003 | Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Kenneth Mease

    This paper presents the findings for political society in 16 developing countries. Our study confirms that political society is the most difficult arena to govern. The political society arena is problematic in virtually all countries included in our survey....

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  • Government and Governance in 16 Developing Countries

    Working and discussion papers | June 2003 | Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Kenneth Mease

    This paper presents the findings on the government arena in 16 developing countries. The first key finding of relevance for both researchers and practitioners concerns the need to make a distinction between government and regime.

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  • The Bureaucracy and Governance in 16 Developing Countries

    Working and discussion papers | June 2003 | Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Kenneth Mease

    This paper presents our findings on the bureaucracy arena in 16 developing countries. Four observations stand out as especially important. The first is that bureaucracy is one of the more problematic arenas of governance in the countries in our study. Hiring...

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  • Civil Society and Governance in 16 Developing Countries

    Working and discussion papers | June 2003 | Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Kenneth Mease

    This paper presents the findings for the civil society arena in 16 developing countries. We find that the civil society arena is generally considered to be quite open in the countries included in our study. And it has recorded a solid improvement in recent...

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