An anatomy of public policy implementation: the case of decentralization policies in Ghana
A review of the reasons for the failure of different decentralization programmes in Ghana with reference to the link between the substance of a policy and its method of application.
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The history of decentralization in Ghana
Formulation of postindependence decentralization
The context of decentralization implementation
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