Connecting Citizens to Government: The Influence of Business


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Connecting Citizens to Government: The Influence of Business
Introduction to the Issue
Due to the advent of globalization, public sector decision making has expanded to include more stakeholders than ever before. As Buckley and Ghauri (2004) describe it, globalization is a process that might be referred to as moving the interaction and integration of cultures, politics, business and intellectual elements around world to the forefront of our social values. This indicates that the idea of governance may also be changing within the minds of citizens around the world. One of the most significant actors within political decision making has often said to be businesses. This is because mobility and freedom to trade have been encouraged as...
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