DOI:​10.1080/01436597.2016.1191340
Corpus ID: 157505684
Good governance as a foundation for sustainable human development in sub-Saharan Africa
Theo Davis
Published 2017
Political Science

Third World Quarterly
Abstract Data indicate that good governance and human development continue to be major issues throughout sub-Saharan Africa. The findings show a significant relationship between the measures of good… Expand
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