|Title||Trust and governance institutions : Asian experiences|
|Author||edited by Milan Tung-Wen Sun, Clay G. Wescott and Lawrence R. Jones|
|Imprint||Charlott, NC : Information Age Publishing, 2012|
|Descript||xi, 248p. : ill ; 25 cm|
Exploring the dilemma of trust and governance. -- Trust governance in the Philippines and Singapore: a comparative analysis. -- In search of trust and legitimacy: the political trajectory of Hong Kong as part of China. -- Trust and transparency in network governance: the implications of Taiwan's anti-corruption activities. -- The effects of e-government on political trust and efficacy: a case study of Taiwan. -- Government interference, trust, and the capacity to perform: comparing governance institutions in Thailand. -- Restoring trust and building integrity in government: issues, concerns and reform in the Philippines. -- Designing an anti-corruption strategy for contemporary Indian administration. -- Political corruption in India: coalition Dharma? -- Social integration through rural transport expansion in Bangladesh: improving performance at a local government engineering department. -- Governance failures as uncertainties: risk management in the administrative reform era.
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