“Good Governance,” Institutions, and Global Rules
The 1980s end with many scholars and practitioners of economic transition and development expressed real alarm about the failure of prescribed economic policies, e.g., structural adjustment, of so many economies to reap the fruits of a decade stringent reform.
KeywordsInstitutional Environment Good Governance Recipient Country Global Governance Technical Regulation
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