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Afghanistan Development Forum
Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit
African Association for Public Administration and Management
Bandung Institute of Governance Studies, Indonesia
Fund for Peace Failed States Index Scores, 2007
Ghana Center for Democratic Development
Institute of Development Studies: Collective Action and Public Policy
Institute of Public Administration of Canada: International Programs
Inter-American Development Bank Governance Indicators Database
LogoLink, Learning Initiative on Citizen Participation and Local Governance
LogoLink Southeast Asia
National Democracy Institute, Southern and Eastern Africa: Sudan
Open Society Institute Local Governance and Public Service Reform Initiative
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: Public Governance and Management
Sierra Leone Encyclopedia 2008
United Kingdom Improvement and Development Agency for Local Government: Definitions of Sustainable Governance: Governance
United Nations Development Programme: Decentralization, Local Governance and Urban/Rural Development
United Nations Development Programme: Public Administration Reform and Anti-Corruption
United Nations Public Administration Programme, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, Department of Economic and Social Affairs
World Bank: Fiscal Decentralization Indicators
World Bank: Fragile States: The Low Income Countries Under Stress (LICUS) Initiative
World Bank: Public Sector Governance
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