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Managing development: the governance dimension (English)

This paper discusses approaches to the governance issue which promote the Bank's work and protect its reputation for technical excellence, professionalism and objectivity. The paper establishes a framework for efforts going on in different parts of the Bank, and reaffirms certain basic propositions that efficient and accountable public sector management and a predictable and transparent framework for economic activity are critical to the efficiency of both markets and government interventions and to economic development.

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  • Document Date

    1991/08/29

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    34899

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Managing development: the governance dimension

  • Keywords

    efficient use of resource;project design and implementation;program for poverty alleviation;accountability in service delivery;efficiency of resource use;Rule of Law;legal framework;dimension of governance;Public Expenditure Management;framework for development;management of resources;system Financial;delivery of good;scarce public fund;public investment program;barrier to entry;public expenditure reform;bank of england;education and health;provision of service;public investment programming;Civil Service Reform;civil service institutions;access to information;terms of trade;risk of corruption;public resource management;public enterprise sector;long-term capacity building;consultative group meeting;terms of skills;public sector capacity;public accountability mechanisms;economic policy reform;public expenditure program;private property right;geography and culture;capacity of country;misallocation of resources;structural adjustment lending;participation of beneficiary;private sector response;public sector reform;secure property right;financial accountability;governance issue;good governance;institutional framework;market failure;political commitment;administrative capacity;transaction cost;authoritarian regimes;public good;transparent framework;information flow;Public Goods;cultural tradition;plant service;government intervention;public hearing;parastatal reform;equitable development;primary concern;public official;sensitive issues;economic reform;local ngo;development performance;Government Performance;legal reform;colonial rule;broadest sense;improving management;social resource;beneficiary participation;institution building;internal security;auditing function;employment opportunity;private gain;political institution;government property;cultural setting;government service;political costs;commercial activity;personnel management;adjustment measure;government effort;Tax Reform;social right;Dispute Settlement;national monopoly;complaint procedure;public feedback;local elite;minimum level;marginal group;adequate oversight;fiscal accountability;investment loan;popular participation;participatory approach;implementing policy;commercial arbitration;Socialist economies;primary focus;accountability level;government responsibility;state enterprises;primary health;indigenous systems;private company;international governance;academic circles;social indicator;political power;efficiency issue;employment opportunities;coherent framework;market economy;social cohesiveness;internal threat;economic institution;expenditure decision;political instability;ethnic strife;cold war;Contracting Out;environmental concern;protection policy;exit mechanism;public comment;adequate infrastructure;fiscal system;sound financial;private capital;patent law;political affair;bureaucratic system;price ceiling;historical evidence;partisan politics;political factor;government involvement;private investment;essential services;governance problem;procedural rule;local condition;historical context;clear rules;pricing policy;private source;privatization effort;private law;foreign debt;political consensus;investment climate;Economic Management;public criticism;concessional aid;ethnic group;human rights;business risk;investment lending;incentive policy;fiscal deficit;investment operation;political change;financial accounting;auditing system;discretionary interventions;social structure;lending level;research program;governance practice;adjustment effort;external environment;external affairs;country governance;positive impact;legal mandate;legal restriction;adjustment program;political agenda;resource constraint;political priority;prudent financial;modern economy;political constraint;absorptive capacity;long-term perspective;public company;bank finance;monetary accounts;natural extension;binding decision;judicial body;market condition;government play;international market;public policy;bank objectives;parastatal sector;Investment priorities;improved communication

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Managing development: the governance dimension (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/884111468134710535/Managing-development-the-governance-dimension