Making Local Government Work: An Introduction To Public Management For Developing Countries And Emerging Economies
This book looks at the development of local government on a global scale: its history, practice, and future. Leon van den Dool explores local government from a practical standpoint, including human resource policy and financial management, offers a concise summary of modern public management theories, and links this theory with practice, providing case studies from countries at different stages of development. A valuable tool for students and scholars of management, Making Local Government Work is also an excellent overview for anyone interested in how such organizations really operate.
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- Format: Paperback
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
- ISBN-13: 9789059720992
- ISBN: 9059720997
- Publication Year: 2006
- Edition: 1