3 edition of Rethinking governance and accountability found in the catalog.
Rethinking governance and accountability
|Statement||edited by Colin Shaw.|
|Series||The BBC charter review series ;, 5|
|Contributions||Shaw, Colin, 1928-|
|LC Classifications||HE8689.9.G7 R477 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 83 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||93223439|
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The course allows participants to improve their understanding of the context of HE, and explore some of the key issues demanding the attention of senior leaders and Governors. Several problems plague contemporary thinking about governance. From the multiple definitions that are often vague and confusing, to the assumption that governance strategies, networks and markets represent attempts by weakening states to maintain control.
Rethinking Governance questions this view and seeks to clarify how we understand governance. In Rethinking Democratic Accountability, Robert D. Behn examines the ambiguities, contradictions, and inadequacies in our current systems of accountability for finances, fairness, and performance.
cratic accountability, rather than remaining obsessed with the procedural and ” nancial domains of public accountability. Finally, this book will be equally useful for leaders of business seeking to understand the changes sweeping the world of public sector management. Dwivedi University of Guelph, Canada.
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By Stephen Bottomley. Routledge. pages. this book examines whether ideas of accountability, deliberation and contestability provide a valuable framework for assessing corporate structures and process and for encouraging greater shareholder participation.
School in the Law School at the. In Rethinking Democratic Accountability, Robert D. Behn examines the ambiguities, contradictions, and inadequacies in our current systems of accountability for finances, fairness, and performance. Weaving wry observations with political theory, Behn suggests a new model of accountability—with "compacts of collective, mutual responsibility.
This book rethinks international investment law as a key system in global economic governance that should incorporate principles of transparency, participation, reciprocity, accountability, and subsidiarity.
It critically evaluates the current system of investment governance in light of those principles and goals. Downloadable. In this discussion draft, linking research findings with concrete operational challenges, we review key issues in worldwide governance, and present recent empirical evidence.
Focusing on defining and unbundling key governance components, such as rule of law, voice and accountability, corruption control, and state capture, we then provide evidence.
Corporate laws are based on the idea that the interests of shareholders should be the primary concern of company directors. However, some argue that the proper role for shareholders is to sit back and let the corporation's managers do their job, or that the pursuit of shareholders' interests detracts from the concerns of employees or victims of corporate wrongdoing or other.
governance: voice and accountability, political stability and absence of violence, government effectiveness, regulatory quality, rule of law, and control of corruption. However, this categorisation has come under severe criticism for its absence of links to governance theory (Thomas, ).
Rethinking governance indicators. Rethinking social accountability in Africa v Acknowledgements I am grateful to John Young, the Head of the Research and Policy in Development Programme at ODI, for giving me time and freedom to run the Mwananchi Governance and Transparency programme in the way I thought things might work.
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