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Good Governance, Security Sector Reform and the Utility of Force Reading List

 

  • Anheier, H. and Kendall, J. (2002) 'Interpersonal trust and voluntary associations: examining three approaches', British Journal of Sociology, 53, pp. 343-62.
  • Bäck, H. and Hadenius, A. (2008) ‘Democracy and state capacity: exploring a J-shaped relationship’, Governance, 21(1), pp. 1-24.
  • Bakir, C. (2015) ‘Bargaining with multinationals: why state capacity matters’, New Political Economy, 20(1): 63-84.
  • Bertelli, A. (2012) The political economy of public sector governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Cleary, L. (2006) ‘Transparency and accountability’, in Cleary, L. and McConville, T. (eds) Managing defence in a democracy. London: Routledge, pp. 59-77.
  • Cummings, S. and Nørgaard, O. (2004) ‘Conceptualising state capacity: comparing Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan’, Political Studies, 52(4), pp. 685-708.
  • Eriksson, J. and Rhinard, M. (2009) ‘The internal-external security nexus: notes on an emerging research agenda’, Cooperation and Conflict, 44(3), pp. 243-67.
  • Friesendorf, C. (2011) ‘Paramilitarization and security sector reform: the Afghan national police’, International Peacekeeping, 18(1), pp. 79-95.
  • Kjær, A. (2004) Governance. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Klitgaard, R. (2006) ‘Introduction: subverting corruption’, Global Crime, 7(3-4), pp. 299-307.
  • Kohli, A. (2009) ‘Nationalist versus dependent capitalist development: alternate pathways of Asia and Latin America in a globalized world’, Studies in Comparative International Development, 44(4), pp. 386-410.
  • Lambach, D. (2006) ‘Security, development and the Australian security discourse about failed states’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 41(3), pp. 407-18.
  • Moroff, H. & Schmidt-Pfister, D. (2010) ‘Anti-corruption movements, mechanisms, and machines – an introduction’, Global Crime, 11(2), pp. 89-98.
  • Norris, P. (2012) Making democratic governance work: how regimes shape prosperity, welfare, and peace. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Palmer, D. and Maher, M. (2006) ‘Developing the process model of collective corruption’, Journal of Management Inquiry, 15(4), pp. 363-70.
  • Paris, R. (2001) ‘Human security: paradigm shift or hot air?’, International Security, 26(2), pp. 87-102.
  • Pettman, R. (2005) ‘Human security as global security: reconceptualising strategic studies’, Cambridge Review of InternationalAffairs 18 (2005), pp. 137-150.
  • Shah, K. (2009) ‘The failure of state building and the promise of state failure: reinterpreting the security–development nexus in Haiti’, Third World Quarterly, 30(1), pp. 17-34.
  • Snyder, C. (2012) ‘Contemporary security and strategy’, in Snyder, C. (ed) Contemporary Security and Strategy (3rd edn). Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Stern, M. and Ojedal, J. (2010) ‘Mapping the security-development nexus: conflict, complexity, cacophony, convergence?’, Security Dialogue, 41(1), pp. 5-29.
  • Stewart, F. (2004) ‘Development and security’, Conflict, Security and Development, 4(3), pp. 261-88.
  • Tadjbakhsh, S. and Chenoy, A. (2007) Human security: concepts and implications. London: Routledge.
  • Waddell, N. (2006) ‘Ties that bind: DfID and the emerging security and development agenda’, Conflict, Security and Development, 6(4), pp. 531-55.
  • Weiss, T. (2011) ‘The blurring border between the police and the military: a debate without foundations’, Cooperation and Conflict, 46(3): 396-405.