Thursday, February 5, 2009
A colleague of mine forwarded to me a fascinating report which assess the quality of governance in Rwanda. Rwanda: Joint Governance Assessment Report covers three broad subject areas: (1) Ruling Justly; (2) Government Effectiveness; and (3) Corporate Governance. It considers lessons learned, including whether a joint assessment approach to governance provides a model for other developing countries, the nature of trade-offs, and the picture emerging of governance in Rwanda. It's rather lengthy, but certainly worth the read.