Administrative decentralization strategies for developing countries john m cohen stephen b peterson on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers examines administrative decentralization strategies in developing countries case studies include ethiopia. Administrative decentralization a new framework for improved governance accountability and performance decision makers and aid agency profession als in many transitional and developing countries are increasingly turning to administrative decentralization as a strategy for addressing a number of critical govern mental needs. Cohen and peterson spent years with the harvard institute for international development they review the lessons of administrative decentralization in transitional and developing countries over the past four decades and summarize and critique the dominant analytical framework. Cohen and peterson have created a practical and theoretically rich look at administrative decentralization from the past four decades with a focus on the problems confronting developing countries since the 1990s. Get this from a library administrative decentralization strategies for developing countries john m cohen stephen b peterson this state of the art look at administrative decentralization reviews lessons from the past four decades and focuses on the issues confronting developing countries in the 1990s and beyond the key
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