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Editors: Ann Marie Bissessar (University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago)
Book Description:
The book aims to present a set of perspectives that are sound and useful and it seeks to stimulate scholars and students and at the same time to inform practitioners of the myth that governance is a perfect method of administration to be applied in all countries, irrespective of their levels of development or the impact and experience of globalization in various countries . This book will certainly bring a conclusion to the ongoing debate of whether “Governance Is for Everyone.” (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp i-x

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Is Governance For Everybody? The Use And Abuse Of Governance
(B. Guy Peters)pp. 1-12

Chapter 2. Governance in Finland
(Pekka Kettunen)pp. 13-24

Chapter 3. Managing Public Affairs in South Eastern Europe: Muddled Governance
(Ivan Koprić)pp. 25-48

Chapter 4. Transnational Networks and the Making of Global Governance – the Example of Non-State Actors in the Multilateral Trade Regime
(Michael Strange)pp. 49-72

Chapter 5. The March of Freedom: How Globalization Promotes Liberalization pp. 73-88
(Robert Cox)

Chapter 6. Complex Global Governance – A New Methodology?
(Peter Aagaard and Michael Strange)pp. 89-102

Chapter 7. Constitutional Reform, the Separation of Powers and Good Governance in an Ex-Colonial Society
(Ann Marie Bissessar)pp. 103-118

Chapter 8. Constitutional Design, Good Governance and Political Change in a Plural Society
(John Gaffar LaGuerre)pp. 119-140

Chapter 9. Governance in Democracies and Non–Democracies
(Kenneth Janda)pp. 141-160

Chapter 10. Economic Change and Governance Reforms: The Impact of Structural Adjustment on Governance in Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad
(Kenwyn Taylor)pp. 161-178

Index pp. 179-190

   Series:
      Global Political Studies
      Social Issues, Justice and Status
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 200, 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61942-289-6
   Status: AV
  
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