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Title: The Dynamics of Access: Implications of ‘Voice’, ‘Exit’ and Accountability in the Provision of Public Goods
Contributors: Khan, Shehryar
Yasin, Fayyaz
Kakakhel, Safyan
Sohaib, Mohammad
Keywords: Aawaz-a five-year voice and accountability and UK Department for International
Problems of access to welfare services in public sector institutions –Pakistan
In democratic-pluralistic societies -- welfare services and equity and equality –Pakistan
Managerial inadequacies, resource constraints, various forms of corruption, weak accountability, and the inability of the state –Pakistan
Critical problems in the provision of welfare services –Pakistan
Examination of the access structures and situations in relation to the conceptual categories of ‘voice’, ‘exit’ and accountability –Pakistan
Policy makers, scholars and donors and the range of responses that may be adopted by citizens in access situations
Issue Date: Jun-2013
Publisher: Sustainable Development Policy Institute
Place of Publication: Islamabad, Pakistan
Series/Report no.: Sustainable Development Policy Institute; Working Paper No 135; 2013
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