Filling in the gaps of public sector governance


The policy should not aim at improving Malaysia’s global rankings, but rather must meet domestic objectives.

FOLLOWING the forum on governance in Parliament for effective oversight of the Executive and public sector accountability, the Malaysian Economic Association convened its second forum on economic gover­nance last month with a discussion on the governance of the public sector itself.

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