ALPN founder/director, Dr. Michael
& Progress Briefs
The Mo Ibrahim African Governance Index and
Leadership Prize Revisited: How Dr. Ibrahim and Other Well-Off
Africans Can Best Foster Good Governance in African Countries
Humiliation: 'Brain Gain'/'Brain Circulation' Diaspora Networks for
After the 2005 G8 and UN Summits: Independent,
High-Impact Information Infrastructures and Networks for
Transparency and Accountability in African Countries
Leadership & Governance Capacity Building in
African Countries: Why and How Well-Off and Accomplished
Africans, Especially "Brain Drain" Africans, Should Proactively Take
Charge of Fostering African Progress
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Capital Flows, Tax Evasion, and African Development
Governance - Transparency - Corruption - The Resource Curse
Brain Drain, Brain Gain,
Brain Circulation, Diaspora Africans, and Capacity Building in
African Leadership &
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Economist Intelligence Unit's
Country Risk Service - Sovereign ratings
Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy Index 2008
Freedom in the World - Country Reports
Freedom of the Press - Country Reports
Global Integrity Index / Country
Index of Economic Freedom
Millennium Challenge Account - Country
Mo Ibrahim Index of
Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 11–15
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Good Governance and Development in Africa: A Critical
Nexus. K. Y. Amoako, Executive Secretary, UN
Economic Commission for Africa. 5th Andrew Young Lecture, Africa
Society of the National Summit on Africa, Washington, D.C. 18
The UNECA and Good Governance in
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Economic Commission for Africa. Harvard International Development
Conference, 4-5 April 2003
Measuring and Monitoring Progress in Good Governance in
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the sums on Africa. Jeffrey Sachs. The Economist. 20 May
Countries at the Crossroads: A Survey of Democratic
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House. Evaluates performance in 30 key countries that are at a
crossroads in determining their political future.
The Imperative of Good, Democratic
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Diamond. Center for International Private Enterprise
Democratic Governance: The Key to Economic and
Political Reform. January 22,
2004. Economic Reform Issue Paper. Center for International Private
Governance Indicators, Aid Allocation, and the Millennium
Challenge Account Daniel
Kaufmann and Aart Kraay. World Bank Discussion Paper, December
The Roots of Africa's Leadership
Deficit. Robert I. Rotberg. Compass: A Journal
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Rating Africa. 2 December 2002.
Robert I. Rotberg.
A Yardstick for the Best and Worst of Africa.
25 November 2002.
Robert I. Rotberg.
Rankings: The Art of Measurement. Marie Besancon. World Peace Foundation,
September 2003. Appendix provides a listing of several sources of
Governing Nigeria: Continuing Issues after the
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Who is For a Leadership Code with
Teeth? Yaw Saffu, Institute of
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Institutionalized Corruption: An Instrument of
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Additional listings of data sources, articles, reports, and
other documents on leadership performance are provided in other
sections of this site:
Perspectives on African Leadership, NEPAD, the African
Governance - Transparency - Corruption - Natural
Resource Management - The Resource Curse
African Progress: Afro-Pessimism
The African Investment Environment & Capital
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