5 edition of Governance As Conflict Management found in the catalog.
by Brookings Institution Press
Written in English
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Conflict is most usually perceived as something that is negative and almost invariably having a detrimental impact on the achievement of the project, programme or portfolio objectives. Some aspects of conflict can be used positively and it is important to recognise the difference between conflict management and conflict resolution. Resources, Conflict and Governance: a critical review of the evidence review of the literature on the assumed links between resources, conflict and governance. Conflicts such as the wars in Sierra Leone, Angola, and the Democratic Republic of Congo on resource governance in conflict-affected areas. Methodology.
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In international development, good governance is a way of measuring how public institutions conduct public affairs and manage public resources in a preferred way. Governance is "the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented)". Governance in this context can apply to corporate, international, national, or . Abstract. This article concerns governance and violence rates across the ‘ungoverned’ spaces of the African Sahel. We consider how the dominant narrative for Africa generally, and the Sahel specifically, ‘securitizes’ space, and presents poverty, underdevelopment, and ‘ungoverned’ spaces as security threats to be addressed (Abrahamsen ; Keenan ).Cited by:
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As this book demonstrates, governance is conflict management. Governments are needed to handle the conflicting demands posed by groups in society and.
The book is divided into eight sections and Governance As Conflict Management book diverse views on conflict, conflict resolution and governance: Part 1 - Governance and Conflict Management in a Global Context; Part II - Management and resolution of Conflict in the Regional Context; Part III - Perspectives on Social Stratification, Political Rivalry and Ethnic Insecurities.
Mobile Technologies for Conflict Management: Online Dispute Resolution, Governance, Participation (Law, Governance and Technology Series Book 2) - Kindle edition by Poblet, Marta. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Mobile Technologies for Conflict Price: $ Governance, according to the authors of this volume, is about managing conflict.
In contrast to prevailing images of Africa as a continent defined by violent chaos, West Africa presents a record of relatively successful conflict management. 8th Edition: Corporate Governance & Conflict ManagementDubai Date: 11th to 13th JulyBangkok corporate governance, law and dispute resolution, in both developed and developing markets, students will acquire knowledge and practical tools to learn how to negotiate, mediate, and resolve disputes in the boardroom using available.
First comprehensive book on the governance of transboundary waters, written by two experimented authors, introducing the comparison between ideal and actual transboundary water governance, and how to implement it in real cases.
Most other works usually concern a component of governance, such as management or legislation, not all aspects. Corruption exists in all societies but its cost are particularly high for states emerging from conflict. Not only can it retard development but it can also create further instability.
This study guide will help students understand the relationship between corruption and conflict and learn about ways to address corruption and promote good governance.
As this book demonstrates, governance is conflict management. Governments are needed to handle the conflicting demands posed by groups in society and to reduce the conflicts that arise among the groups themselves. Unmanaged, these conflicts can escalate into violence; but managed, they give governments choice and direction, as well as energies Format: Paperback.
This book investigates the patterns of conflict management in contemporary Southeast Asia. The region has long been characterized by the twin process of state-formation and nation-building, which has been responsible for most of the region’s intrastate and interstate conflicts.
Governance and conflict management in a global context --Management and resolution of conflict in the regional context --Perspectives on social stratification, political rivalry and ethnic insecurities --High intensity conflicts --The management and resolution of territorial conflicts --Poverty, economics and conflict management --Advancing.
Get this from a library. Conflict and governance. [Amihai Glazer; Kai Andreas Konrad;] -- This book contains articles on the theory of conflict. Conflict appears in many forms, from a dictator terrorizing his country to organized crime demanding protection money.
Among the questions. In the last decade, the proliferation of billions of new Internet-enabled devices and users has significantly expanded concerns about cybersecurity. But should we believe the prophets of cyber war or worry about online government surveillance.
Are such security concerns real, exaggerated or just poorly understood. In this comprehensive text, Damien Van Puyvelde and Aaron F. In this powerful and optimistic book, E. Franklin Dukes moves beyond the orthodox remedies of right and left to explain how the field of public conflict resolution offers a way to cut through the impasse in public policy-making.
Drawing on conflict resolution experience and recent democratic theory, Dukes traces the philosophical roots and development of the public conflict resolution. What is governance: An introduction Since the s, and in parallel with the public sector reforms (Bevir, ), governance has become a key concept across social sciences.
Abstract. Governing is conflict management. In the long-established systemic understanding of governing, demands emerge from the body politic and are brought to the attention of the governors, who then handle them as best they can and will, returning them in a new form to the base of origin, which recycles and reissues by: 3.
The book is a unique attempt by the authors to look at the issues of governance and development through the prism of conflict and political instability overall, the case studies of India, Sri Lanka and Nepal discussed in the book are representative of the development and good governance situation in South Asia.
This paper acknowledges the importance of an immaculate corporate governance system and effective conflict management within the workplace as the principle ingredient of Author: Rasha Qawasmeh. The research hypothesized that good governance is the major ingredients in conflict resolution.
The research from its findings discovered that good governance promotes peace in Nigeria policy and can be achieved through a transparency and accountability, Respect for the rule of law, Prudent management of resources, strict adherence to the Author: Melisa Santos.
Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding is part of a global initiative to identify and analyze lessons in post-conflict peacebuilding and natural resource management.
The project has generated six books of case studies and analyses, with contributions from practitioners, policy makers, and researchers. The Handbook of Conflict Management cuts across theoretical perspectives, strategic models, and situational contexts as the first all-encompassing conflict management reference.
A young field in both research and practice, this foundational text sets precedents for furthering academic study and real-world progress in managing diverse instances of conflict. This book provides a timely and contextual exploration of Russia’s post-Soviet legacy of conflict management in the backdrop of its interaction with Europe’s system of security governance.
By exploring Russia’s approach from the early s to the beginning of Vladimir Putin’s third presidential term, the book offers a comprehensive.'The book is extensively researched and is invaluable in understanding governance and causes of peace and conflict.' A.
R. Abootalebi Source: Choice ' an excellent addition to an upper division undergraduate class or part of an introductory graduate seminar, where it would provide a valuable overview of the different bodies of research and Cited by: 1.This book explores the types of conflicts that occur over marine and coastal resources, the underlying causes, and attempts to prevent them.
Despite the emergence of various marine and coastal governance approaches to address the effects of human activities within the marine environment, conflict c.