Human development in South Asia 2012: governance for people’s empowerment

Human development in South Asia 2012: governance for people’s empowerment

This new report by MHHDC addresses governance from the point of view of empowerment. It analyses governance of political, economic, and social institutions from the perspective of how people are being empowered in South Asia.

This report addresses governance from the point of view of empowerment. It analyses governance of political, economic, and social institutions from the perspective of how people are being empowered. The report addresses several questions, including: what are the indicators of governance to be used for assessing people’s empowerment? Is there a conflict between economic growth and social justice? And, why is accountability of governing institutions a must for making policies and institutions function for the betterment of all citizens?

See Also

Report: Key indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2012.

Report: Asian development outlook.

Report: Asia-Pacific human development report 2012.

Report: Bhutan national human development report 2011.

Report: Poverty in Asia and the Pacific.

Report: A review of studies on poverty in Pakistan.

Report: Multidimensional poverty index (MPI) at a glance.

Report: Food price escalation in South...