Multilevel Governance and Nepal



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Multi-level governance refers to the way in which power and decision-making are shared and distributed between different levels of government and other actors, such as private organizations and civil society groups. It recognizes that many policy issues transcend traditional boundaries between local, regional, national, and international levels of government, and that effective governance often requires cooperation and coordination across multiple levels.

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