How to Improve the Provision of Global Public Goods

@inproceedings{Kaul2002HowTI,
  title={How to Improve the Provision of Global Public Goods},
  author={Inge Kaul and Pedro Conceiç{\~a}o and Katell Le Goulven and Ronald U. Mendoza},
  year={2002}
}
The studies in the volume suggest that the world is at a turning point in the provision of global public goods. There are many signs of adaptive inefficiency, with institutional change lagging far behind rapidly evolving realities.1 So, even the best-intentioned policies often lead to limited or distorted results. But incipient institutional reforms are discernible: existing molds are becoming brittle, and policymaking and public management patterns are being reconfigured. There is a clear… CONTINUE READING

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