Measuring local government service delivery performance: challenges and (PARTIAL) solutions in Indonesia
Indonesia, like many developing countries around the world, is increasingly turning to the use of a range of intergovernmental incentives to encourage improved local government performance in the delivery of services. Central government has access to a number of plausible indicators with which to measure local performance and operationalise incentive-based programmes. However, there are major reliability and validity concerns related to even the best among the available indicators, and...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of International Development|
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