1st Edition

Natural Resource Management and Institutional Change

By Diana Carney, John Farrington Copyright 1998
    136 Pages
    by Routledge

    132 Pages
    by Routledge

    Using new evidence from a three year programme of research in developing countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa, the authors describe how government organizations have been privatised, decentralised or restructured while private sector organizations - both non-profit and commercial - have taken on increasingly important roles in resource management and service supply.
    This book provides an important and easily accessible point of reference for decision-makers and students alike, offering unique view in its breadth of coverage across the natural resources sector and a range of different institutional types and approaches to resource management.

    1. Introduction 2. The Nature of Problems 3. Reforming the State 4. Non-state Approaches 5. The Interface 6. Summary 7. Conclusions


    Diana Carney, John Farrington