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Conceptualizing the New Governance : A New Institution of Social Coordination

@inproceedings{Lee2003ConceptualizingTN,
  title={Conceptualizing the New Governance : A New Institution of Social Coordination},
  author={Myungsuk Lee},
  year={2003}
}
The term governance is widespread in characterizing both global and local arrangements, especially reformed ones. Because of its strong intuitive appeal, precise definitions are seldom thought to be necessary. As a result, when we identify governance as important factor to achieve policy or organizational objectives, it may be unclear whether the reference is to organizational structures, administrative processes, systems of incentives and rules, administrative philosophies. Due to this… 
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