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by R. Worthington

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ISBN:
070071474X
Author:
R. Worthington
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Humanities
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English
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RoutledgeCurzon; 1 edition (December 20, 2002)
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AbeBooks This book is the first substantial empirical study of governance in Singapore since the 1970s and focuses on contemporary Singapore 1990-1998

This book is the first substantial empirical study of governance in Singapore since the 1970s and focuses on contemporary Singapore 1990-1998.

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Ross R Worthington, McGill University, International Development Studies Department, Adjunct. This is the PhD dissertation on which the book "Governance in Singapore" was based. Studies Governance, aid effectiveness, public sector reform, Public Finance, Program Evaluation, and Human Security. Dr. Worthington is a political. This is the PhD dissertation on which the book "Governance in Singapore" was based more.

Governance in Singapore. London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon. You must be logged in to Tag Records. Governance in Singapore, Ross Worthington. Governance in Singapore, Ross Worthington RoutledgeCurzon London ; New York 2003. Australian/Harvard Citation. 2003, Governance in Singapore, Ross Worthington RoutledgeCurzon London ; New York. Book, Online - Google Books. London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2003 xii, 371 p. ; 25 cm.

Founded in 1803, Worthington is a historic community steeped in New England tradition.

Singapore has consistently been rated as the least-corrupt country in Asia . Worthington, Ross (2002).

Singapore has consistently been rated as the least-corrupt country in Asia and amongst the top ten cleanest in the world by Transparency International. The World Bank's governance indicators have also rated Singapore highly on rule of law, control of corruption and government effectiveness. Governance in Singapore. Bilveer Singh, Politics and Governance in Singapore: An Introduction (Singapore, 2007), p. 172. ^ "Third racist blogger sentenced to 24 months supervised probation".

What if Singapore becomes a two- or multi-party system? This volume explores a range of possible answers to these questions and more

What if Singapore becomes a two- or multi-party system? This volume explores a range of possible answers to these questions and more.

Over the years, Singapore's public bureaucracy (comprising the civil service and . Worthington, R. 2003. London: Routledge Curzon.

Over the years, Singapore's public bureaucracy (comprising the civil service and statutory boards) has been recognized for its professionalism and integrity, and for its pivotal role in promoting the country's socio-economic development, which has enhanced Singapore's reputation for high standards of governance and administration. The Role of the Public Bureaucracy in Policy Implementation in Five ASEAN Countries.

This book, based on extensive original research, including in-depth interviews with public sector officials and employees of government-linked companies, provides a great deal of detailed information and analysis about the peculiarities of the elitist and highly controlled system of governance, and about how the elite conducts and controls policy. Using the concept of the core executive, this study uses empirical analyses to critically examine the role of the executive, legislature, judiciary, the public sector, the military and the governing party in managing the Singporean state, the wealthiest nation per capita in the world. This book is the first substantial empirical study of governance in Singapore since the 1970s and focuses on contemporary Singapore 1990-1998.