ISBN: 984 05 1560 8

Cover Type: HB

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Overcoming Fuzzy Governance in Bangladesh: Policy Implementation in Least Developed Countries

By Jorge Barenstein (Author)

Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL)   

First Published: 1994 No. of Pages: 204 Weight (kg): 1

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Political, economic and policy models are undergoing drastic changes in LDC’s where market reforms are being implemented. In this context, the subject of governance has attracted increasing attention and debate, marked though by conceptual confusion and lack of solid analysis. Fuzzy Governance sets to examine the subject in its historic conceptual and paradigmatic connotations, with special reference to Bangladesh. The author provides the elements of an operational framework for systematic analysis and discussion of the current problems of governance in transitional phases. An original operational instrument is developed for the talk: the policy dissonance model, used as an indicator of Fuzzy governance. In this book Barenstein reviews empirical evidence, argues against the predominant trends in public sector reform, proposes a new governance as the objective, and sketches an agenda for governance and policy research in Bangladesh. He proposes a set of strategic and substantive parameters that could guide an action plan in that field. Readers will also find (i) suggestions for linking their own conceptual and practical problems to their relevant contexts, and (ii) a critical evaluation of current proposals and orientations in governance plus an attempt at indicating alternative paths.

This book features in: Academic and Reference Books Bangladesh Studies Urban Studies and Migration State and Governance

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