Voice, Accountability and Human Development: The Emergence of a New Agenda

Goetz, Anne Marie and Jenkins, Rob (2002) Voice, Accountability and Human Development: The Emergence of a New Agenda Technical Report. UNDP.

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Abstract

This document answers crucial questions regarding government accountability: Who seeks it? From Whom? Who is accountable for what? What are the parameters? The chapter begins with an introduction as to what is accountability and then divides into the following topics: Chapter 1 introduces the definition of accountability, setting out its multiple dimensions, contrasting it to voice and its implications while highlighting the importance of certain kinds of voices for accountability to take place.

Document Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
Keywords:accountability, government accountability, human development, roles accountability actors, accountability, agenda, occasional papers, UNDP.
Topics:Democratic and participatory governance > Conceptual issues
Deposited On:03 Mar 2010 13:12
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Corporate Authors:United Nations Development Program - UNDP

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