Governance for sustainable growth and equity: report of International Conference, United Nations, New York, 28-30 July 1997
United Nations Development Programme, Dec 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 235 pages
Good governance & sustainable development are indivisible. Some of the major themes discussed in this publication include: the changing role of the state; relationships among governance actors; decentralisation & local governance; governance & poverty alleviation; gender equality & governance; & governance & environmental protection.
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Good Governance and Economic Development: 1997-1998
Karl Wohlmuth,Hans H. Bass,Frank Messner
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Background and Opening of Conference
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