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eBook Uses and Abuses of Governance Indicators: Development Centre Studies ePub

by Charles Oman,Christiane Arndt

  • ISBN: 9264026851
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Charles Oman,Christiane Arndt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Organization for Economic (August 31, 2006)
  • Pages: 122
  • ePub book: 1699 kb
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Given the proliferation of governance indicators, Arndt and Oman offer a welcome assessment of how existing studies are best interpreted and used by scholars, aid agencies, governments and businesses.

Given the proliferation of governance indicators, Arndt and Oman offer a welcome assessment of how existing studies are best interpreted and used by scholars, aid agencies, governments and businesses. This careful appraisal of present knowledge will be the basis for launching the next round of inquires. Hilton L. Root, Former .

Oman Charles . Arndt Christiane. OECD Publishing, Jul 26, 2006 - 122 pages. Given the proliferation of governance indicators, Arndt and Oman offer a welcome assessment of how existing studies are best interpreted and used by scholars, aid agencies, governments and businesses.

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Uses and Abuses Of Governance Indicators.

The paper draws on interviews of World Bank staff to understand why the World Bank produces cross-country comparable indicators and to bring to light the current controversies within the World Bank about existing indicators and future work on governance indicators. Uses and Abuses Of Governance Indicators.

Arndt, Christiane, and Charles Oman. Paris: Development Centre of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2006. Emerging Economies Summit Could Shuffle Global Power. Huffington Post (April 13, 2011). Bosworth, Barry, Susan M. Collins, and Arvind Virmani Sources of Growth in the Indian Economy. NBER Working Paper, no. 12901 (2007). Buiter, Willem, and Ebrahim Renbari Global Growth Generators: Moving Beyond Emerging Markets and BRICs. Uses and Abuses of Governance Indicators

Development Centre Studies. OECD Development Centre. This series of monographs from the OECD Development Centre covers development issues generally and in some cases issues in specific countries. It includes Angus Maddison’s books containing long-term historical estimates of GDP for various areas of the world.

Christiane Arndt and Charles Oman, OECD Development Centre

Christiane Arndt and Charles Oman, OECD Development Centre. This study helps both users and producers of governance indicators to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the best and most widely used indicators, helps them find their way through the jungle of the hundreds of existing governance indicator datasets, and shows how governance indicators tend to be widely misused both in international comparisons and in tracking changes in the quality of governance. in individual countries.

Uses and Abuses of Governance Indicators, together with Christiane Arndt, OECD Development Centre 2006. Corporate Governance: A Development Challenge, together with Daniel Blume, Policy Insights N. Christiane Arndt & Charles Oman OECD Development Centre. Center for International Private Enterprise. A growing interest in good economic and political governance has prompted the development of numerous governance indicators. These indicators are used by potential investors, development agencies, and analysts to assess the environment for growth and cooperation in countries around the world. purposes than is the general recognition, today, that the reforms were relatively unsuccessful.