The quality of governance and inclusive development
Awal, Mohammed; Oduro, Franklin (2017), The quality of governance and inclusive development, Nopoor Policy Brief, 42, p. 6. https://basepub.dauphine.fr/handle/123456789/18197
Series titleNopoor Policy Brief
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Abstract (EN)In this policy brief, we examine the impact of the quality of democratic governance on inclusive development outcomes in Ghana. The research question that informs this study is: what forms of democratic politics and bureaucratic capacity are conducive to producing pro-poor inclusive developmental outcomes? We suggest in this paper that Ghana has managed to institutionalize democracy and an improved governance that has fostered sustained positive economic growth. However, while the country has addressed poverty and emerging social vulnerabilities, through economic growth and social protection policies and programmes, institutional and bureaucratic challenges still remain in the governance of the emerging pro-poor inclusive development agenda.
Subjects / KeywordsGovernance; Ghana
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