Administering development in the Third World: constraints and choices
Dr Mathur reviews the current thinking on development, especially the trend towards decentralization. He describes the inadequacies of the existing administrative system, its inability to cope with the newer development challenges and the methods being considered for adapting administration to the requirements of people-centred development.
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