Limit search to available items
Book Cover
E-book

Title Improving delivery in development : the role of voice, social contract, and accountability / Jan Wouters, Alberto Ninio, Teresa Doherty, Hassane Cissé, editors
Published Washington, DC : World Bank Publications, [2015]
©2015
Online access available from:
ProQuest Ebook Central (owned titles)    View Resource Record  

Copies

Description 1 online resource
Series The World Bank legal review ; volume 6
World Bank legal review ; v. 6
Contents Improving delivery in development : the role of voice, social contract, and accountability / Hassane Cissé -- Human rights and service delivery : a review of current policies, practices, and challenges / Axel Marx, Siobhan McInerney-Lankford, Jan Wouters, and David D'Hollander -- Delivering development and good governance : making human rights count / Rajeev Malhotra -- The right to development : translating indigenous voice(s) into development theory and practice / Felipe Gómez Isa -- The curse of riches : sharing nature's wealth equitably? / Emilio C. Viano -- Fostering accountability in large-scale environmental projects : lessons from CDM and REDD+ projects / Damilola S. Olawuyi -- The constitutional regime for resource Governance in Africa : the difficult march toward accountability / Francis N. Botchway and Nightingale Rukuba-Ngaiza -- Conceptualizing regulatory frameworks to forge citizen roles to deliver sustainable natural resource management in Kenya / Robert Kibugi -- The impact of the legal framework of community forestry on the development of rural areas in Cameroon / Emmanuel D. Kam Yogo -- Urban law : a key to accountable urban government and effective urban service delivery / Matthew Glasser and Stephen Berrisford -- Confronting complexity : using sction-research to build voice, accountability, and justice in Nairobi's Mukuru Informal Settlements / Jane Weru, Waikwa Wanyoike, and Adrian Di Giovanni -- "Good" legislation as a means of ensuring voice, accountability, and the delivery of results in urban development / Maria Mousmouti and Gianluca Crispi -- Justice sector delivery of services in the context of fragility and conflict : what is being done to address sexual and gender-based violence? / Waafas Ofosu-Amaah, Rea Abada Chiongson, and Camilla Gandini -- Sexual violence in conflict : can there be justice? / Justice Teresa Doherty -- The Ministério Público of the State of Minas Gerais and the ADR experience / Danielle de Guimarães Germano Arlé and Luciano Luz Badini Martins -- ICT-driven strategies for reforming access to justice mechanisms in developing countries / Karim Benyekhlef, Emmanuelle Amar, and Valentin Callipel -- Courts and regulatory governance in Latin America : improving delivery in development by managing institutional interplay / Rene Urueña -- The New Brazilian anticorruption law : federation challenges and institutional roles / William Coelho and Letícia Barbabela -- Voice and accountability : improving the delivery of anticorruption and anti-money laundering strategies in Brazil / Fausto Martin De Sanctis -- Development-oriented alternatives to debarment as an anticorruption accountability tool / Frank A. Fariello Jr. and Giovanni Bo -- Making delivery a priority : a philosophical perspective on corruption and a strategy for remedy / Morigiwa Yasutomo -- Measures for ssset recovery : a multiactor global fund for recovered stolen assets / Stephen Kingah -- Improving service delivery through voice and accountability : the experience of the World Bank Inspection Panel / Dilek Barlas and Tatiana Tassoni -- The World Bank's Inspection Panel : a tool for accountability? / Yvonne Wong and Benoit Mayer -- The Inspection Panel of the World Bank : an effective extrajudicial complaint mechanism? / Karin Lukas -- Concluding remarks / Alberto Ninio
Summary "In recent years, better delivery in development has been at the center of development discourse. There is now wide agreement that today's development challenges demand effective solutions that fully integrate the aspirations, voices, needs, and support of citizens. But how can the international community translate that realization into practical accomplishment? Volume 6 of The World Bank Legal Review examines delivery challenges through the lens of three concepts that are critical to better development outcomes: voice, social contract, and accountability. The volume turns a spotlight on the nature of this interlocking trio, revealing that their consistent integration into both the design and the implementation of development efforts is indispensable if successful outcomes are to result. Written by seasoned practitioners and eminent scholars from across the globe, the volume's 24 chapters illuminate the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to development. Development practitioners devoted to rule of law and justice must work with experts from various disciplines to create a synergistic dynamic that can optimize the integration of voice, social contract, and accountability into development efforts"--Publisher's description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Economic development -- Developing countries.
Law and economic development.
Law -- Developing countries.
Form Electronic book
Author Cissé, Hassane, editor
Doherty, Teresa A., editor
Ninio, Alberto, editor
Wouters, Jan, 1964- editor
ISBN 146480379X (electronic)
9781464803796 (electronic)
(paper)
(paper)