The London Conference

Plenary Session Four: Good Governance: Best Practices for a Variegated World

Friday 22 June, 1000 - 1100


The context
The quality of domestic governance is one of the central determinants of successful, inclusive and sustainable growth in countries across the world and of their long-term political stability.  Yet accelerating shifts in the global geopolitical and economic order mean that domestic social, economic and political models are likely to be even more variegated and diffuse than previously assumed.  

The conversation
What is  the ‘irreducible core’ of a good domestic governance infrastructure and how it can be applied in different settings and contexts, targeted to strengthening the rule of law, improving economic governance and fostering societal cohesion.  What are the international examples international institutions would like to replicate. What lessons have governments learned? Where has business noted positive impact?


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