Author(s): Que, N. D., Dung, D. V., Thang, L. T., & Lan, P. T. P.
"Good governance" is a term which has been increasingly used in scholarly research and practical governance at different levels with different approaches on dimensions. Good governance can be seen as a model, a reference frame, an approach to assess of governance as the term itself has tacitly implies a comparison, compare it with the general administration and in contrast to weak governance and bad governance. It can be asserted that when a country, a government mentions "good governance", it is not meant that that country or government that has created the expected value of state management. Good governance does not implicitly create new values, positive values for public service if it is not accessed, applied in a manner consistent with environmental governance in each country. We understand that a good model is not a model to aspire but it must have applicability, practicality. Therefore, in order to create positive effects of good governance, the country should have the right approach to good governance which derives from the characteristics of the public service; implement condition and values a public service is toward.