CITESTE MAI MULT
Building, largely, on insights from India, and case studies in Brazil, China, and South Africa, this book provides insights into the contested topic of 'governance and governed' from a state-society inter-relationship perspective. It argues that the centrality of an understanding of state-governance today is rooted in concerns regarding diversities and contingencies of concrete political reality to address inequalities, exclusion and vulnerabilities. These countries are part of the BRICSs consortium, and have been recognised for their growth potential in the world economy. But their economic progress alone may not necessarily translate into a better quality of life. The approach here is not to focus on a particular understanding of governance, but to utilise a wider lens to understand the nature and extent of incremental processes in the different case-study contexts in order to offer a broader framework for procedural and substantive understanding of governance, rather than a prescription of a government and its activity of governing. The focus is on deriving practical lessons about governance process that are of interest to the wider development community.
EdituraSpringer Verlag, Singapore
Dimensiuni166 x 243 x 20
Aceasta este o carte in limba engleza. Descrierea cartii (tradusa din engleza cu Google Translate) este in limba romana din motive legale.
Bazandu-se, in mare parte, pe informatii din India si studii de caz in Brazilia, China si Africa de Sud, aceasta carte ofera informatii despre subiectul contestat al „guvernarii si guvernarii” dintr-o perspectiva inter-relatie stat-societate. Acesta sustine ca centralitatea unei intelegeri a guvernarii de stat astazi are radacini in preocuparile legate de diversitati si contingente ale realitatii politice concrete pentru a aborda inegalitatile, excluderea si vulnerabilitatile.