Topic 3: Governance, Fragility, and Failure: Implications for Livelihoods
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1. Common terms of reference 2. Defining “governance”, “fragility”, etc. 3. So what’s governance got to do with it? • Livelihoods • Policies, Institutions, and Processes • Good Governance Matters • Governance in Reality and in Practice 4. From Governance to Fragility • Fragility and Failed States: Europe in 1648 vs. Africa today • Fragile states: A visualization • Analyzing sources of fragility • The Fragility Framework 5. From Fragility to Failure • Much of Africa in 2006 “Fragile” • Failed State Index: US is only “stable” • From Fragile State to Failed State • Inflation impacts livelihoods…
Sophal Ear, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org) http://faculty.nps.edu/sear Assistant Professor Department of National Security Affairs 27 October 2008
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