Articles for category: Good governance, Democracy

Good Governance

Good Governance: Transparency, Accountability, and Inclusivity

“What we want is minimum government and maximum governance” – Harlan Cleveland Good Governance Introduction Good governance in a democracy serves as the catalyst for harmonious coexistence, ensuring minimal interference in individual liberties while maximizing support for the common welfare, transparency, accountability, and responsive, participatory decision-making, fostering a thriving society. The concept of good governance ...

Development Administration

The Evolution of Development Administration: From Post-Colonial Aspirations to Neoliberal Reforms

Development administration is the process of managing government policies, programs, and resources to promote economic and social progress within a country. It focuses on efficient and effective implementation of development initiatives to improve the well-being of the population. Introduction – Origin of Development Administration In the mid-20th century, a new concept emerged in the realm ...

Confucius

Confucius: The Sage of Wisdom and Virtue

Confucius, an ancient Chinese philosopher, emphasized moral values and harmonious social relationships as the foundation for a just and orderly society. Confucius: The Sage of Wisdom and Virtue Introduction Confucius, also known as Kung Fu-Tzu or Kong Fu-zi, which translates to “Master Kung,” was born in the cradle of ancient China in 551 BC. Beyond ...

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