Reviewing public accountability in government

Improving Public Accountability: The Guyana Experience 1985-2007 by Anand Goolsarran is an expert, in-depth analysis and discussion of many of the roiling governance issues that have existed for the last several decades, and which continue to bedevil local society.  These issues are all extensively covered in Dr Goolsarran’s heavy duty effort; from the role of “supreme audit institutions” to “reform efforts (1990-2000)” to the “need to seriously address the issue of corruption in government.”  These are but a snapshot of what this 205 page work presents to the Guyanese public and a larger foreign based audience.

Dr Goolsarran himself needs no introduction to Guyanese for his work as a …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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