Scores and rankings mask the real debate on good governance.
Where public sector management interventions have succeeded, results have often been transformative and with system-wide benefits.
Inefficient public institutions result from imperfect, costly information, or that which there is a lack of capacity to analyze.
The right to information has been incorporated into domestic legislations, but the free flow of information remains restricted.
Developing countries stand to lose millions of dollars if they do not get this math right.
Bhutan continues to improve on its transparency record due to a strong focus on public service delivery.