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  • Inventi:mhr/119/14
    A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW STUDY OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION, NOBLE AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN EMERGING DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES
    Shashank Ghai, Ishan Ghai

    The developing nations around the world implement various initiatives to enhance the common man’s participation in the democracy so as to effectively attain the moral ideology of good governance. The implementation however fails to provide the desired results it may be as a result of numerous flaws and deficits within the functioning of the governments and various agencies. The review study thoroughly explains the flaws and benefits of various schemes implemented around the world. The study also explains that the major disadvantages faced around the world in democratic nations are failure to implement and practice democracy at local level rather than practicing it at the central level. It explains the true meaning of noble and good governance, which is directly correlated with the empowerment of the common man in a democratic model of a society rather than that of empowering an institution.

    How to Cite this Article
    Cite this article as: Shashank Ghai, Ishan Ghai. A Systematic Review Study of Public Participation, Noble and Good Governance in Emerging Democratic Countries. Inventi Impact: Human Resource, 2014(4): 201-205, 2014.
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