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Reforming National Institutions For Economic Development

1st Edition

By Glynn Cochrane

Routledge

123 pages

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Description

In this book, Dr. Cochrane presents various case studies of institutional reform and discusses how the reforms worked in practice. Through an examination of the budgeting process in Zambia, the public service in PapuaNew Guinea, agricultural programs in Sierra Leone, and rural development in Brazil, he draws lessons and indicates guidelines for institutional reform in developing countries.

Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Project Level Innovations -- 2 Budgetary Translation of Policy -- 3 Control and Direction of the Public Service -- 4 Lessons for Future Work -- Appendix A Mine Development and Guaymi Indians -- Appendix B Budgeting Notes -- Appendix C Papua New Guinea and Constitutional Issues -- Appendix D New Public Finance (Management Act) -- Appendix E Fieldwork -- Appendix F Accountability, Role Definition, and Max Weber.

About the Author

Glynn Cochrane, currently the World Bank's adviser on public administration to the government of Papua New Guinea, previously taught at the Maxwell Graduate School, Syracuse University. He is the author of The Cultural Appraisal of Development Projects and Policies for Strengthening Third World Local Government.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC000000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General
SOC026000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General