The Right to Know: Transparency for an Open World
The Right to Know is a timely and compelling consideration of a vital question: What information should governments and other powerful organizations disclose? Excessive secrecy corrodes democracy, facilitates corruption, and undermines good public policymaking, but keeping a lid on military strategies, personal data, and trade secrets is crucial to the protection of the public interest.
Transparency in government, Freedom of information
Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Columbia University Press
City or Country
FLORINI, Ann (ed.). 2007. The Right to Know: Transparency for an Open World. New York: Columbia University Press.
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