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Globalization and Good Governance : Pressures for Constructive Reforms

R B Jain

ISBN 10: 8176296791 / ISBN 13: 9788176296793
Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005
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Contents Preface. I. A conceptual framework 1. Introduction bureaucracy and good governance the era of globalization and its aftermath/R.B. Jain. 2. Constructive pressures and incentives to reform globalization and its impact on public sector performance and governance in developing countries/Harald Fuhr. 3. Globalization and administrative culture cross cultural challenges/Joseph G. Jabbra and O.P. Dwivedi. II. Select country studies 4. Globalization and administrative reforms in Germany the new system of management as an application of new public management theory and the crisis of the welfare state/Hartmut Elsenhans Roland Kulke and Christian Roschmann. 5. Civic engagement and education in Ghana and Brazil a study in good governance/Kofi Glover and Renu Khator. 6. Local governance for poverty reduction in Botswana an advance towards good governance in Africa/Keshav C. Sharma. 7. Value orientation and civil service performance globalization and reform efforts in Nigeria/Godwin Onu. 8. The culture of Tadbir the Building Block of decision making in the civil service of Bangladesh/Ishtiaq Jamil and Mahfuzul Haque. 9. Good governance and changing role of bureaucracy in developing countries the Indian experience/Rajalakshmi Mishra. 10. Globalization and pressures for reforms towards good governance a case study of India/Rajvir Sharma. III. Prospects for reforms in the era of globalization and its aftermath challenges and strategies 11. In conclusion emerging new concerns in the post globalization era strategies for reforms towards good governance/R.B. Jain. Globalization and good governance a select bibliography. Index. A number of scholars of political economy and some World Bank officials have suggested somewhat provocatively that contrary to widespread pessimism regarding the effects of globalization on nation states and the quality of governance in developing countries several of its features can be made instrumental and be beneficial in terms of public policy making and state capability. Four constructive pressures stemming from globalization could be seized constructively by citizens and governments in the developing world first better informed and better connected citizens and an emerging global civil society demand improvements in service delivery transparency and participation. Second subnational governments often backed by local NGOs and businesses and keen to attract foreign investment increasingly exert pressure vis a vis central governments. Third global investment strategies by private businesses increase the demand for appropriate institutional arrangements within developing countries as well as credible government policies. Fourth international organizations in particular International Finance Institutions (IFIs) have been addressing public sector modernization in developing countries and although with mixed results also sponsoring global public policy networks in critical areas. Globalization thus advances the discussion about and the demand for new institutional arrangements clearly with new opportunities for improvements in state capability and governance not only in the developing countries but in some countries of the developed world as well. Globalization also often acts like a magnifying glass advancing the discussion about and the demand for such institutional arrangements. The book which is the outcome of the papers presented at the panels of the International Political Science Association's Research Committee 4 at its 19 World Congress held in Durban in 2003 contains a number of essays reflecting on the conceptual analysis of the theme with select country studies. The thematic unity is provided by a comprehensive introduction and a conclusion by the editor who also raises some new concerns of good governance due to emerging notions of global democracy and global governance which have further put the nations of the world under tremendous pressures for constructive reforms. Based on the findings of the con. Bookseller Inventory # 56041

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