The Capacity to Govern

Dror analyzes the challenges of governance in the 21st century and outlines the basic values, structures, staffing, public understanding and political culture necessary to meet these chalenges.

Yehezkel Dror, The Capacity to Govern: A Report to the Club of Rome, Frank Cass Publishers, 1994.

The increasingly evident inadequacies of contemporary forms of governance are the central premise of this book. Brain drain from politics, distrust of governments, and recurring strategic failures of governments in various fields, cannot be compensated for by industry or civil society, but require radical improvements in governements.

Dror analyzes the challenges of governance in the 21st century and outlines the basic values, structures, staffing, public understanding and political culture necessary to meet these chalenges.

The work of the Reut Institute relies on a vision of the strategic governance needed to protect the long-term interests of the State of Israel.

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