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The Societal Context of Governance
The societal context of governance
The Societal Context of Governance

Three chapters in this part are devoted to Europe (De Swaan, Liberatore, Martell), two are devoted to India (Sinha, Jha), and the opening chapter (Munshi) is meant to provide an overview of the theme in comparative perspective.

Munshi locates the theme of good governance in Indian debate and also in the context of reinventing government. The debate in India on this point has considered, often critically, the stand of the World Bank on good governance. The issue of the legitimacy of the state and its role has also been raised, especially after the reforms introduced since 1991. The approach of reinventing government that was popularised in the United States by an ...

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