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governance

A term widely used at all levels of UK bureaucracy for the manner in which a thing or process is governed; oversight.

gov·ern·ance

(gŭv'ĕr-năns)
The act or power of exercising authority or control.
[L. , to govern, fr. g. kubernō, to steer a ship]
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This realization is important because both opponents and those who are rather favorable to private governance seem convinced that, while people may cooperate in small groups, they free-ride in large ones--what James Buchanan called a "large group dilemma." To Stringham, such a dilemma does not exist.
The report revealed that all ministries request to enter in the practical phase of governance, through enhancing assessment mechanisms, he said.
It should be noted that the twelve strategies are divided onto five governance programs namely operational efficiency governance, customer service governance, best practices governance, human resources and communication governance and supportive services governance.
Keywords: Good governance; Accountability; Rule of law; Transparency.
The Global Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance (EGRC) Market size is expected to reach $62.1 billion by 2025, rising at a market growth of 12.3% CAGR during the forecast period.
Corporate governance is an important source of competitiveness, while sustainability ensures positive contributions to societies at large.
In 2017, DFM and Hawkamah signed an agreement to collaborate towards corporate sector reform in Dubai and the UAE through improving governance practices of listed companies.
These awards reflect our efforts in corporate governance and confirm our commitment to global best practices to take our services to the highest levels of efficiency and reliability, to achieve our vision of becoming a globally leading sustainable innovative corporation, said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA.
"These awards join our list of achievements at the local, regional, and global levels as part of our continuous efforts to apply the best governance systems and practices in all our operations and activities, with the help of a highly competent and professional team that have helped make DEWA, a global model to be followed in all fields," concluded Al Tayer.
The ROSC corporate governance initiative is administered by the World Bank that assesses the degree to which a country observes the G20/ organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Principles of Corporate Governance (OECD Principles) the international reference point for good corporate governance and develop a series of recommendations to reduce or close identified gaps.
The LCR has had great impact on the adoption of good corporate governance by companies and shall facilitate implementation of structured legislative reforms.' Basic shareholder rights, it noted, were protected in Pakistan and were improved by the enactment of the Companies Act 2017.
ISLAMABAD -- Finance Minister Asad Umar applauded the World Bank for recognising Pakistan's enhanced implementation of corporate governance principles (CGPs).

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