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World Governance Index (WGI)

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Thursday, September 8, 2011 - 03:13


{{Both a photograph and a means to induce action/reaction, the WGI has a
twofold dimension. An analytical dimension—it tries to provide as true a
reflection as possible of the state of world governance—and an operational
dimension—it must enable players to act or to react in the direction of a
more efficient, more democratic world governance more in phase with the
environment.}}

The index was designed mainly to offer political decision makers,
whatever their level (national, regional or international), companies,
and NGOs reliable, independent, and scrutinized information that will allow
them:

_ • to evaluate a state’s degree of governance
_ • to identify its governance strengths and weaknesses
_ • to monitor its evolutions over time

This 2011 Report presents the WGI, version 2.0. It establishes new world and regional rankings of the countries included in the survey, a ranking factoring in the changes that have occurred since the first 2008 version of the index.

{{You can see also:
_ * The WGI document (attached below)
_ * The main article [(English)->754] [(Français)->748] [(Español)->753] [(中文)->755]
_ * The WGI Map [(English)->745] [(Français)->748] [(Español)->743] [(中文)->746]
}}

Attached files
pdf_IGM_version_courte_FR_web-2.pdf
pdf_WGI_short_version_EN_web-2.pdf

By Renaud François

Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Renaud François held major positions in the General Staff or in high-level units (among others, at the African Unit of the Center for Planning and Command of the General Staff of the Armed Forces in Paris, at the Intelli...

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