How Good Governance Got a Bad Name - And Why Governance Still Matters

Improving global governance
Posted Aug 12, 2017 | Center for International Private Enterprise, Kim Bettcher

A critique of good governance asserts that standards set by developed countries are beyond the reach of developing countries and do not provide suitable benchmarks for them. In this report for the Center for International Private Enterprise, Kim Bettcher offers five tips in advancing better governance: Build governance practices as demand-driven responses to locally-identified problems; proceed step by step with reform; experiment and learn from each iteration; build on islands of good governance or “second-best” locally-devised institutions to expand the space for feasible reforms; and use consultation, advocacy, and dialogue in the search for solutions.–-and-why-governance-still-matters


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