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Governance, Fragility, and Conflict : Reviewing International Governance Reform Experiences in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries

ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURES ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS ACCOUNTING ALLEGIANCE ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ANTI CORRUPTION APPOINTEES ASSETS AUTHORITY BANKING SECTOR BANKING SYSTEM BASIC SERVICES BUDGET MANAGEMENT CABINET CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CITIZEN CITIZENS CIVIC EDUCATION CIVIC ENGAGEMENT CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS CIVIL WAR COALITIONS COLLAPSE COLONIALISM COMBATING CORRUPTION COMMON GOOD COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE CONFIDENCE CONSENSUS CONSTITUENCY CONSTITUENTS CONSTITUTION CONSULTATIVE PROCESS CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT CORE GOVERNANCE CRIME CRIMINAL CRIMINALITY CRISES DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKING DECISION MAKING AUTHORITY DECISION MAKING POWER DEMOCRACIES DEMOCRACY DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES DEMOCRATIC REGIMES DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS DEREGULATION DISCRIMINATION DRINKING WATER ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC CHANGE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC REFORMS ELECTED OFFICIALS ELECTION ELECTORAL PROCESS EMPIRICAL STUDIES ENVIRONMENTS EXPENDITURES FAIR ELECTIONS FINANCE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR FISCAL POLICY FOREIGN INVESTMENT GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES GOVERNANCE DIMENSIONS GOVERNANCE FAILURES GOVERNANCE OBJECTIVES GOVERNANCE QUESTIONS GOVERNANCE REFORM GOVERNANCE REFORMS GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY GOVERNMENT EFFECTIVENESS GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT POLICIES HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RIGHTS IMPEACHMENT IMPROVING GOVERNANCE INCOME INEQUALITY INSTITUTIONAL FOUNDATIONS INTERNATIONAL AID INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL PRESSURE INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM JUDICIAL SYSTEMS JUDICIARY JUSTICE LAWS LAWYER LAWYERS LEADERSHIP LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL NORMS LEGAL SYSTEM LEGISLATION LEGISLATIVE BODIES LEGISLATIVE CAPACITY LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENT LEGISLATIVE PROCESSES LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURES LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL ELECTIONS LOCAL GOVERNANCE LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL LEVELS MARKET ECONOMY MEDIA MONOPOLY NATION BUILDING NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL ELECTIONS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL POLICY NATIONALS NATIONS NATURAL CAPITAL NATURAL RESOURCES NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENTS PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES PARTICIPATORY PROCESS PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES PATRONAGE POLICE POLICY MAKERS POLICY MAKING POLITICAL ANALYSIS POLITICAL COMMITMENT POLITICAL FORCES POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS POLITICAL ISSUES POLITICAL LANDSCAPE POLITICAL LEGITIMACY POLITICAL PARTIES POLITICAL POWER POLITICAL PROCESS POLITICAL PROCESSES POLITICAL STABILITY POLITICAL STRUCTURES POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY POOR GOVERNANCE PRIME MINISTER PROCUREMENT PROSECUTIONS PROSECUTOR PROSECUTORS PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCE SYSTEM PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC GOODS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC OFFICIALS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY POWERS REGULATORY QUALITY REVENUE COLLECTION RULE OF LAW SANCTION SANCTIONS SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL CHANGE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL GROUPS SOCIAL INTERACTIONS SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL SERVICES SOVEREIGNTY STATE ADMINISTRATION STATE AGENCIES STATE AUTHORITY STATE CONTROL STATE FAILURE STATE INSTITUTIONS STATE POWER STATE REVENUE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TAX COLLECTION TAX SYSTEMS TAXATION TELEVISION TRANSPARENCY UNEMPLOYMENT VESTED INTERESTS VETO VETO POWER VIOLENCE VOTING WAGES WORLDWIDE GOVERNANCE INDICATORS YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sierra Leone
2017-09-07T15:55:47Z | 2017-09-07T15:55:47Z | 2009-10

This report seeks to inform the development of a framework for addressing governance reform in fragile and conflict affected environments through are view of international experiences. The report analyzes the experience both of countries that sustained a transition to peace and those that fell back into conflict. Pertinent lessons will be drawn selectively from a range of fragile and conflict affected countries, including Haiti, Cambodia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mozambique, Liberia, Timor-Leste, Afghanistan, Rwanda, Indonesia, Sierra Leone, and Angola. No specific typologies have been adopted or formed in order to assess these lessons, because typologies can be limiting and experiences can be better assessed based on the specificity of each country's context. The first section of the report sets out broadly accepted definitions of key terms such as governance, state building, and fragility. The second section reviews experiences with diverse governance dimensions and explores the objectives, opportunities, and constraints associated with each.

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