Governance, good governance, and global governance: conceptual and actual challenges 2000
Governance for the latter refers to characteristics that generally are related to a system of national administration. The New Webster’s International Dictionary defines the term in much an equivalent way as journalists from the ny Times or The Economist: “act, manner, office, or power of governing; government,” “state of being governed,” or “method of state or regulation.” As Morten Bøås has shown, before being studied at the worldwide level, governance was employed generically in academic discourse.2 It was, as an example , widely utilized in relationship to business literature about the micro-behavior of firms.3 Goran Hyden has argued that it refers mainly to running governments and other public agencies or private ones with social purposes.4 
Codes of Good Governance Worldwide: What is the Trigger?
This article examines the mechanisms underlying the worldwide diffusion of organizational practices. we propose that the 2 main theoretical explanations within the diffusion literature, efficiency and legitimation, are often complementary. More specifically, we argue that endogenous forces seek to reinforce the efficiency of existing systems, while exogenous forces seek to extend legitimation. To assess our argument, we explore the worldwide diffusion of codes of excellent governance. These codes are a group of ‘best practice’ recommendations regarding the behavior and structure of a firm’s board of directors issued to catch up on deficiencies during a country’s corporate governance system regarding the protection of shareholders’ rights. we’ve collected data on codes of excellent governance for 49 countries. 
The “Good Governance” Concept Revisited
The term “good governance” is unsettled in its meaning. Through the 1980s and 1990s, donor countries and institutions trended to form aid conditional upon reforms within the recipient country, which was found largely ineffective in encouraging real policy changes. More recently, donors, like the International fund , the planet Bank, and therefore the us , are increasingly insisting upon performance and good governance as a prerequisite for aid, a practice called “selectivity.” this is often a way of requiring a recipient state to demonstrate the seriousness of its commitment to economic and social reforms. There are not any objective standards for determining good governance: some aspects include political stability, the rule of law, control of corruption, and accountability. High levels of poverty and weak governance are linked, making selectivity difficult to implement. For reforms to succeed, domestic support, ownership, and commitment are crucial, as are the recipient’s cultural context and history. 
A race towards credibility: the 2009 and 2013 presidential election campaigns at the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA)
Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), the administration of world motorsports, is one among many Global Sport Governing Bodies (GSGBs) facing increasing demands permanently governance. By inadequately complying with international guidelines on organizational conduct these organizations, which are independent and powerful actors in global society, have received criticism from a broad range of actors. However, compared with other GSGBs just like the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) and therefore the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the FIA is uncharted territory. 
Good Governance of Sustainable Tourism in Nature Park – Carita Beach
Aims/Objective: This study aims to review whether the performance of the tourism activities management in Nature Park – Carita Beach has already contributed to the rise of domestic economic process , and natural conservation also preservation of local culture.
Design: This study adopts the principal concept of sustainable tourism and collaborated with strategic management through analyzes of internal factors and external factors.
Methodology: consistent with data and analytics, this research approach is using qulitative approach utilizes the Miles and Huberman model analytics. The technique of determining participants is conducted supported the specified data within the social situation under study using snowball sampling approach. 
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 Nanda, V.P., 2006. The “good governance” concept revisited. The ANNALS of the American academy of political and social science, 603(1), (Web Link)
 A race towards credibility: the 2009 and 2013 presidential election campaigns at the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA)
Hans Erik Næss
Palgrave Communications volume 3, (Web Link)
 Sulistyadi, Y., Eddyono, F. and Entas, D. (2017) “Good Governance of Sustainable Tourism in Nature Park – Carita Beach”, Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting, 5(2), (Web Link)