Attempts at mitigating COVID-19 pandemic’s impact has pushed stakeholders’ resolve to incept variegated measures using socially embedded multilevel government structures. Given Ghana’s pandemic governance success, this paper reviews government’s nuanced and disaggregated roles in galvanizing social support towards developing, implementing and coordinating pandemic measures. By highlighting the diversity of state-society inter-agency relations, the current study unearths varying stakeholder engagements and their imperativeness to pandemic governance, and acknowledges multilevel governance as critical to fighting the pandemic.
Scopus Subject Areas
- Business, Management and Accounting (miscellaneous)
- Pandemic governance
- State capacity
- State-society relations