Governance for development in Africa : building on what works

Abstract: Part of the African failure in governance may be due to the application of a ‘good governance agenda’ that is ideological rather than evidence-based. The Africa Power and Politics Programme argues that it is time for more realistic and effective ways to approach institutional change in Africa.

Author(s): Booth, David

Source(s): , Policy brief / Africa power and politics; 01 4 p., ill Policy brief / Africa power and politics 01

Published: 2011 Overseas development institute (ODI). Africa power and politics programme (APPP), London (English

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Link: http://www.institutions-africa.org/filestream/20110406-appp-policy-brief-01-governance-for-development-in-africa-building-on-what-works-by-david-booth-april-2011

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