Good Governance: Old Wine in New bottles?

Authors

  • Selwyn Ryan Director, Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine

Abstract

States good governance is not a magic bullet that will solve the problems of the world uniformly because what is of benefit to some, causes ungovernabiity, poverty, and powerlessness in many areas of the world. We thus have to reinvent government and reinsert it into the policy-making matrix.

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