Competing Values in Governance and Institutions

… a core term used in Governance and Institutions and Atlas100

Definition

The design and evolution of institutions and their governance are influenced by myriad values and objectives, many of which are in tension. Examples include:

Equity

Probity

Prudence

Exercising Rights

Equality

Equality of Outcome

Compassion

Obligation

Compliance

Impartiality

Due Process

Clearer Policies

Rules and Regulation

Accountability

Transparency

Oversight

Risk Avoidance

Detachment

Work-Life Balance

Protecting

Identity

Efficiency

Effectiveness

Economy

Taking Responsibility

Competition

Merit

Performance

Incentive

Initiative

Discretion

Judgment

Red Tape Reduction

Deregulation

Results

Frankness

Empowerment

Risk Taking

Intimacy

Effort

Developing Resilience

Evidence

Atlas topic, subject, and course

The Study of Governance and Institutions (core topic) in Governance and Institutions and Atlas100 Governance and Institutions.

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