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Good Governance and Development. First Edition

November 23, 2007

This text explores the implications of the "good governance" agendas for developing and newly democratised countries. It examines the view of the international development agencies and considers what political science can contribute to an understanding of each dimension of governance.

Who is it for? Students, lecturers and researchers in political science and government.

Presentation: Clear design and logical subdivisions allow the reader quick access to a demanding subject and to the debates raised by it.

Would you recommend it? Yes.

Michael Foley is professor of international politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

Good Governance and Development. First Edition

Author - B. C. Smith
Publisher - Palgrave
Pages - 320
Price - £60.00 and £22.99
ISBN - 9780230525658 and 5665

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