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Governance, Management and Development (2nd Edition)

Making the State Work

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This fully revised edition of the same authors' Governance, Administration and Development is the ideal introduction to public management and the policy process in developing countries. With a new chapter on issues of law...

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This fully revised edition of the same authors' Governance, Administration and Development is the ideal introduction to public management and the policy process in developing countries. With a new chapter on issues of law and order, it also covers current debates on civil society, aid and intervention, and the relationship of states and markets.

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New edition of the leading text on management and policy in developing countries; there is no other uptodate text available of this kind
Substantially revised and updated throughout with addition of extra chapter on law and order issues
Balances an assessment of current practices with the key theoretical approaches to development management

Administration, Management, Governance and Development
Organizational Environments: Comparisons, Contrasts and Significance
Law and Order: Insecurity, Crime, Conflict and Violence
The Policy Process: How and Who?
Structuring and Managing Government Organizations for Developmental Success
Administration and Civil Service Reform
Planning for Development: From Writing National Plans to Tackling 'Wicked Problems'
Decentralization within the State: Good Theory but Poor Practice?
Economic Development and the Public Sector From State Ownership to Enabling Environment
Beyond the State, Beyond the Market? Civil Society and NGOs
Conclusion: What Future for the Public Sector?.

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Mark Turner is Visiting Professor at The University of New South Wales, Australia, and Emeritus Professor of Development Policy and Management, the University of Canberra, Australia. He has written extensively on public sector management and the policy process in many countries of the Asia-Pacific as well as on various aspects of politics in the region. He has also acted as consultant to a number of major multilateral and bilateral organizations involved in development, as well as to developing country governments and NGOs.

David Hulme is Professor of Development Studies and Director of the Brooks World Poverty Institute, at the University of Manchester, UK. He has worked on issues of rural development, poverty...

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Mark Turner is Visiting Professor at The University of New South Wales, Australia, and Emeritus Professor of Development Policy and Management, the University of Canberra, Australia. He has written extensively on public sector management and the policy process in many countries of the Asia-Pacific as well as on various aspects of politics in the region. He has also acted as consultant to a number of major multilateral and bilateral organizations involved in development, as well as to developing country governments and NGOs.

David Hulme is Professor of Development Studies and Director of the Brooks World Poverty Institute, at the University of Manchester, UK. He has worked on issues of rural development, poverty and poverty reduction, microfinance, the role of NGOs in development, environmental management, social protection and the political economy of global poverty for more than 30 years. His main focus has been on Bangladesh but he has also worked extensively across South Asia, East Africa and the Pacific.

Willy McCourt is Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Manchester, UK, and works as a governance and management consultant. Previously he has held posts as a Senior Public Sector Specialist at the World Bank, and as the Director of the Institute for Development Policy and Management at the University of Manchester. Willy is the author of The human factor in governance: Managing public employees in Africa and Asia (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006) and he has written and edited numerous articles in, and special issues of, leading development, management and public administration journals.

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