|Title||Good government : The relevance of political science|
|Author||edited by Soren Holmberg and Bo Rothstein|
|Imprint||Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2012|
|Descript||xi, 354 : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction: political science and the importance of good government. -- Defining and measuring quality of government. -- Public administration around the world. -- Need or greed corruption? -- Impartiallity and the need for a public ethics of care. -- In democracy we trust, but how much? -- Press freedom and corruption. -- Weberian bureaucracy and corruption prevention. -- Do international organizations promote quality of government? -- State legitimacy and the corruptibility of leaders. -- Legislators and variation in quality of government. -- Why women are less corrupt than men. -- Rethinking the nature of the grabbing hand. -- Part of the solution. -- Access to safe water. -- Happiness.
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