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Governance Reform Under Real-World Conditions Citizens, Stakeholders, and Voice by Sina Odugbemi

Governance Reform Under Real-World Conditions Citizens, Stakeholders, and Voice


Governance Reform Under Real-World Conditions Citizens, Stakeholders, and Voice by Sina Odugbemi

This book will demonstrate to a broad audience, particularly governments, think tanks, civil society organizations, and development agencies, the ways in which communication research can help address development challenges, particularly in the area of governance reform. Highlighting the communication discipline's substantive and invaluable contributions to development work, the book will provide innovative solutions to six key challenges faced in governance reform, presenting theoretical frameworks as well as practical approaches and techniques to address these challenges. Rich in articles and case studies, it will be a useful guide to academics and practitioners trying to improve the ways in which governance reforms are implemented around the world.

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Publication date

13th June 2008


Sina Odugbemi

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World Bank Publications


546 pages


Constitution: government & the state
Development studies



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