Good Governance: Analyzing the Government of India's Numerous Initiatives and its Challenges


  • Kuldip Singh Thakur


Recently, the words "governance" and "good governance" have gained popularity in development literature. Bad administration is increasingly viewed in our society as one of the root causes of all evil. In order to receive aid and loans, major donors and international financial institutions are increasingly requiring the implementation of "good governance" changes. "Governance" is not a brand-new concept. It is older than civilised humans. Indeed, "governance" refers to the process of coming to decisions and acting on those decisions. Global governance is the outcome of neoliberal model advancements in international political and economic communications. Governance gaps have emerged as a result of the preference for capital and market processes over state authority, enabling participants from the private and civil society sectors to assume authoritative roles previously held by the state.