Twenty years of open government - what have we learnt?
[Introduction]:...The choice of topic was, for me, an easy one. The campaign for open government was the first topic on which I developed an academic and professional interest. That was at a time, in the early 1970s, when the concept of open government did not enjoy widespread acceptance. The mood was aptly captured a little later by Sir Arnold Robinson’s explanation to Sir Humphrey Appleby – “Open government is a contradiction in terms. You can be open – or you can have government”. Sir...[Show more]
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