3 edition of Problems of governance in South Asia found in the catalog.
Problems of governance in South Asia
|Statement||edited by V.A. Pai Panandiker.|
|Contributions||Pai Panandiker, V. A., 1935-, Centre for Policy Research (New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||DS341 .P75 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 479 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||479|
|LC Control Number||99945611|
Good governance issues in South Asia Pakistani concerns are entirely on different aspect of governance, on lack of quality legal and judicial systems. By Shahid Javed Burki. The authors explain the dramatic changes under way in South-East Asia through a particular understanding of the inseparability ofeconomic and political processes. Within this framework, they examine such developments as the overthrow of Soeharto, the problems of corruption and money politics, and the financial crises.
This book presents a nuanced analysis of governance in South Asia. It examines a range of themes including civil service reforms, women and development, environmental governance and public sector programmes, together with the impact of globalization on local issues and its influence on governance in the region. This comprehensive book covers each of the seven states in the South Asian Association for Regional Development (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives) and establishes a sound interdisciplinary context for /5(17).
South Asia. U.S policy in South Asia South Asia has emerged as a region of strategic international interest. What we are witnessing is the emergence of India as a major power and one of the balancer of power in the near future. In , China and India . For Asia, embracing good governance to build economies that are socially inclusive and environmentally sound will be vital for achieving sustainable development. Despite the region’s success in producing fast-growing economies, many countries still face a host of governance issues, including poor public services, weak government institutions.
Problems of Governance in South Asia. Edited by V A Problems of governance in South Asia book Panandiker. CPR. This book is a wrap-up volume of a project which was initiated a decade ago to study on the problems of governance in the South Asia.
On the basis of experience of five country-studies published as separate volumes on Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, the present Volume seeks to identify the major. Problems of governance in South Asia. Delhi: Konark Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Problems of governance in South Asia.
Delhi: Konark Publishers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: V A Pai Panandiker; Centre for Policy Research (New Delhi, India).
This book explores and analyzes governance and policy issues in South, Southeast, and East Asia. It maps governance challenges and analyzes current trends from the perspectives of democracy, public policy, and public institutions.
Regional public administration and governance systems have undergone some phenomenal changes over the last three decades and have played a key role in the. This book presents a nuanced analysis of governance in South Asia. It examines a range of themes including civil service reforms, women and development, environmental governance and public sector programmes, together with the impact of globalization on local issues and its influence on governance in the : Rumki Basu, M.
Shamsur Rahman. In Search of Better Governance in South Asia and Beyond. Editors: Jamil, Ishtiaq, Free Preview Examines the basic issues of governance at the local level; Focuses on challenges and constraints of governance in the South Asian region as well as what opportunities in the midst of adversity exist making this book of interest to academics.
This edited volume explores the state of inclusive governance in South Asia. It particularly examines the nature and scope of inclusiveness noticed in the parliament and civil service in Bangladesh, I. GOVERNANCE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly DONALD E.
WEATHERBEE Introduction Bythe Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) had achieved its vision of political regionalism by expanding membership to all 10 of the sovereign states in geographic Southeast Asia.1 But this regional solidarity is only skin-deep in.
The fundamental problem with absence of the rule of law in the countries is that citizens are not treated equally and thus do not perceive the state as representative of his/hertheir interests.
The. South Asia in the world: problem solving perspectives on security, sustainable development, and good governance / edited by Ramesh Thakur and Oddny Wiggen. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.) 1. South Asia—Politics and government.
South Asia—Foreign relations. National security—South Asia. South Asia is characterized by its large population, growing poverty, weak governance structures and feeble democratic institutions, increasing militarization and sectarianism.
Most countries in the region experienced colonization before becoming independent sovereign states. nance in South Asia bri ngs in the collection of researched ca ses from South Asia re ecting the nee d to understand the relationship between governance and climate ch ange at m ultiple levels.
causes of corruption in East and Southeast Asia and considers the means of limiting and, wherever possible, eliminating the problem through better governance. Taking a country-by-country approach, the book explores the diversity in the quality of governance and patterns of corruption among countries and regions.
Home > Politics > Current Issues Poor Growth and Governance in South Asia. Pro - Poor Growth and Governance in South Asia. Pro - Poor Growth and Governance in South Asia by Ponna Wignaraja various efforts to eradicate the worst forms of poverty and to encourage equitable and sustainable growth in South Asia, have as yet made only a.
This edited volume examines policies aimed at increasing the representation of women in governing institutions in six South Asian countries.
Divided into three parts, it addresses the implications of uniformity and diversity for the substantive representation of women in parliament, civil service and local government. 21 See ‘Understanding the Key issues and Constraints in implementing the RTI Act’, authored by Pricewaterhouse Coopers for Government of India, June 22 See ‘Innovations/Good practices in implementation of RTI’ authored by Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad, This volume examines how various forms of governance have emerged in South Asia after colonialism, and the developmental and conflict-related challenges the region faces.
Drawing from the contexts of India, Sri Lanka and Nepal, it highlights the degree of institutionalization of democracy. Governance Conflict and Development in South Asia Book Summary: This volume examines how various forms of governance have emerged in South Asia after colonialism, and the developmental and conflict-related challenges the region faces.
Drawing from the contexts of India, Sri Lanka and Nepal, it highlights the degree of institutionalization of democracy. In its “Human Development in South Asia Report” titled The Crisis of Governance (), Mehbub ul Haq Development Centre emphasized that in the context of South Asia, the concept of good governance.
Book Description This book presents a nuanced analysis of governance in South Asia. It examines a range of themes including civil service reforms, women and development, environmental governance and public sector programmes, together with the impact of globalization on local issues and its influence on governance in the region.
Book Description Climate change adaptation in South Asia is redefining the roles of different actors in the governance processes. The existing governance lack capacity, knowledge, and leadership skills to manage the uncertainties and challenges posed by climate change. Across South Asia in the last two decades, there has been widespread emphasis on governance reforms aiming to reduce poverty through Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
The recent development agenda has had great impact over the region, and this book finds that it largely widens the gap between the rich and poor, which combined with rising.The book for the first time offers a comprehensive and contemporary account of the state of civil services in South Asia countries.
It brings together experiences of former senior bureaucrats and critics from India and other SAARC nations to affirm the state of civil service and the need for reforms.Governance in South, Southeast, and East Asia: Trends, Issues and Challenges (Public Administration, Governance and Globalization) Tawfique M.: : Books Skip to .