International enforcement[ edit ] It is often easier to enforce arbitration awards in a foreign country than court judgments. Only foreign arbitration awards are enforced pursuant to the New York Convention. An arbitral decision is foreign where the award was made in a state other than the state of recognition or where foreign procedural law was used.
Instead of considering them as equal, many scholars refer to them as features that are likely to be related in different ways. In fact, the importance that authors give to good governance, is due to the impact it may have on development and economic growth.
According to Grindle the relevance of getting good governance comes precisely from its relationship with the development of a country and the reduction of poverty. In the construction of this "simpler" agenda, the idea is to revisit policies that have worked in the past, set priorities in a strategically way, consider policies with greater impact in alleviating poverty and reaching development, and look for innovative ways of implementing such policies.
In other words, scholars have been intrigued by the relationship between good governance and economic or political development. Grindle  mentions there are many relations to be found between indicators of good governance and economic growth, however those associations are difficult to measure and even harder to be attributed as causal.
Nevertheless, she mentions the work of Kauffman who found a causal and positive relationship between different dimensions of good governance and the GDP per capita in the long run, i. These dimensions are how the government is elected and oversighted, the accountability power of citizens, the credibility in the government, the respect for institutions, both from government and citizens, and the effective delivery of public goods.
He found that the relation between these two variables does not hold in the reverse direction, meaning that higher levels of economic growth do not lead to better governance. For example, Quain points out that China and Vietnam are frequent examples of countries that have made remarkable leaps in economic development and poverty reduction, but nevertheless retain many characteristics of poor governance.
In international affairs IR [ edit ] In international affairs, analysis of good governance can look at any of the following relationships: Legislation has been enacted in an attempt to influence good governance in corporate affairs.
Whistleblowing has also been widely used by corporations to expose corruption and fraudulent activity. According to Fukuyama there are two dimensions to qualify governance as good or bad: They both complement, in the sense that when the state is more capable, for instance through the collection of taxes, there should be more autonomy because the bureaucrats are able to conduct things well without being instructed with a lot of details.
In less capable states, however, less discretion and more rules setting are desirable. Another way to think about good governance is through outcomes. Since governments carry out with goals like the provision of public goods to its citizens, there is no better way to think about good governance other than through deliverables, which are precisely the one demanded by citizens, like security, health, education, water, the enforcement of contracts, protection to property, protection to the environment and their ability to vote and get paid fair wages.
Lawson differs with him in that this impartial application of law ignores important factors like the economic liberalism, which matters due to its relation with economic growth. In local governments[ edit ] Good governance is argued to be the most important in local governments.
It tries to promote more relationships between government and Neighborhood councils Community councils Good governance with local government aims to increase civil engagement with more members of the community in order to get the best options that serves the people.
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