Policy Performance and Governance Capacities in the OECD and EU: Sustainable Governance Indicators 2016
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The Sustainable Governance Indicators (SGI) address one of the central social-policy questions facing the highly developed states of the OECD and the European Union at the outset of the 21st century: How can we achieve sustainable policy outcomes and ensure that political decision-making target long-term objectives? Its ]intention is ...to highlight examples of successes and governance innovations, and to initiate international learning processes, acting in accordance with founder Reinhard Mohn’s guiding principle of “learning from the world.” Many countries belonging to the OECD and the EU now apply the SGI to their own performance management, thus breathing life into Reinhard Mohn’s central idea. Lead author of the section on Portugal was Thomas Bruneau of the Naval Postgraduate School.
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