By Melvin J. Dubnick
Public responsibility is a trademark of contemporary democratic governance and the root of the preferred functionality administration circulate. Democracy is simply an empty workout if these in strength can't be held liable in public for his or her acts and omissions, for his or her judgements, their rules, and their expenditures.
This booklet bargains a finely distinct and richly educated attention of responsibility in either govt and the modern global of governance. Twenty-five best specialists disguise various features of the responsibility stream, together with a number of and competing accountabilities, measuring responsibility, responsibility and democratic legitimacy, and responsibility and data expertise, and practice them to governments, quasi-governments, non-government agencies, governance organisations, and voluntary enterprises. jointly they supply the main accomplished attention of responsibility presently to be had, with a mix of theoretical, empirical, and utilized approaches.
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Accountable Governance. Problems and Promises by Melvin J. Dubnick