Malaysia: growth, equity, and structural transformation
World Bank, Sep 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 54 pages
World Bank Technical Paper 225. Inefficient civil service administrations are jeopardizing future development in many African countries. The reforms suggested in this paper would make these administrations more accountable, enforce the rule of law, and reward bureaucrats solely on their performance. This approach could help relieve the private sector of disabling regulations, improve services and tax collection, and shift funding away from special interests and toward essential economic programs. Three flexible reform packages are provided. They feature strategies that address varying degrees of inefficiency within a given administration. Also available in French: (ISBN 0-8213-2764-X) Stock No. 12764.
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