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Table 1 Governance indicators, comparison across countries 2005

From: Government Governance (GG) and Inter-Ministerial Policy Coordination (IMPC) in Eastern and Central Europe and Central Asia

Country Government effectiveness Voice and accountability Political stability Regulatory quality Rule of law Control of corruption
Albania 35.9 49.8 27.4 45.0 21.3 27.6
Bosnia and Herzegovina 33.5 43.5 24.5 31.7 30.4 46.3
Bulgaria 62.2 65.7 50.9 69.3 48.8 55.2
Croatia 67.5 61.4 58.0 65.3 53.6 59.1
Czech Republic 76.6 77.8 68.4 79.2 70.0 68.0
Estonia 82.8 84.1 67.5 91.1 75.4 79.8
Hungary 75.1 85.0 71.2 82.7 69.6 70.4
Latvia 73.2 72.0 74.1 78.7 61.4 66.0
Lithuania 76.1 73.4 76.9 83.2 63.8 64.0
Macedonia 47.4 48.3 19.3 48.5 43.5 40.4
Poland 71.3 83.6 54.2 72.3 59.9 61.1
Romania 56.9 56.5 46.2 58.4 45.4 51.7
Serbia and Montenegro 45.5 50.2 20.8 32.2 24.6 39.4
Slovak Republic 77.0 83.1 67.9 85.1 60.9 68.5
Slovenia 78.5 84.5 80.7 74.8 74.4 80.3
  1. Table prepared by authors. Data source: Kaufman et al. (2006) “Governance Matters: Governance Indicators for 1996–2005”, World Bank http://info.worldbank.org/governance/kkz2005/mc_indicator.asp