Limits of Public Accountability Under the Reinvented State in Developing Nations
M. SHAMSUL HAQUE
PAQ, Vol. 31 No. 4, (2007)
In recent decades, there has emerged a worldwide movement for reinventing the state and government in favor of market forces, promarket policies and roles, and businesslike structures and standards. Under such a reinvented state, there are corresponding changes in terms of how, for what, and to whom public officials are held accountable. These new trends have some major critical implications for the realizations of public accountability. This article explores these concerns with special reference to developing nations.
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