vii, 189 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Part I: The challenge Introduction Do transparency, accountability, governance, and corruption matter? Part II: The response Overview Principals and agents Interest group dynamics Signals and actions Political systems Interventions Part III: Operationalizing the framework Application at country level Appendixes: Country case studies A. Transparency and accountability in Ghana's budget process / Vitus Azeem B. Transparency and accountability in Kenya's budget process / Gilbert Khadiagala C. Transparency and accountability in Peru's budget process / Cecilia Zavallos D. Transparency and accountability in Mexico's budget process / Juan Pardinas E. Transparency and accountability in Thailand's budget process / Bjoern Dressel F. Four composite country cases of attempted governance reform.
"Emphasizes the need for a comprehensive analytical framework that considers transparency, accountability, governance, and corruption throughout the calculus. Discusses how it can be applied to different countries to help analyze the current situation and identify potential areas for improvement, assessing their relative feasibility and the steps needed to promote them"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.