Innovations in Governance and Public Administration: Replicating what Works
United Nations Publications, 2006 - Business & Economics - 201 pages
This publication sheds light on the many challenges and opportunities of innovations in governance as a developmental tool. The publication provides key ideas and useful tools to transfer and adapt successful practices and innovations in governance and public administration. By providing governments with a menu of innovations to solve economic and social problems effectively and with tools to adapt to their own context, the international community can play a critical role in promoting good governance. Publishing Agency: United Nations (UN).
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