Good Governance in International Law

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Seppänen, Samuli
Good Governance in International Law
Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights
Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 13
Helsinki 2003, 148 pp.
This study examines the concept of good governance as it has materialised in the policies of administrative institutions and development agencies. Good governance appears as a vehicle for legitimising myriad political stances, which fight – more or less rigorously – over the concept's meaning. The study demonstrates in concrete terms how differently good governance is understood by administrative experts and how these deviations are utilised to promote a particular argument on governance.
ISBN 952-10-1312-5
ISSN 1457-5965
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