The Significance of Unruly Politics in Bangladesh
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This book explores the central issue of Bangladeshi politics: the weakness of governance. The coexistence of a poor governance track record and a relatively strong socioeconomic performance makes Bangladesh an intriguing case which throws up exciting and relevant conceptual and policy challenges. Structured in four sections - Political Settlement, Elites and Deep Structures; Democracy, Citizenship and Values; Civil Society, Local Context and Political Change; Informality and Accountability – the book identifies and engages with these challenges. Chapters by experts in the field share a number of conceptual and epistemological principles and offer a combination of theoretical and empirical insights, and cover a good range of contemporary issues and debate.
CitationHossai, N. (2018) 'The Significance of Unruly Politics and Governance in Bangladesh' in I. Basu; J Devine and G. Wood, Politics and Governance in Bangladesh - Uncertain Landscapes, Routledge
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