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Leading issues in territorial decentralisation in Nigeria and France
|Statement||edited by E.A.O. Oyeyipo ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Oyeyipo, E. A. O.|
|LC Classifications||JS7656.2 .L43 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||90227909|
decentralisation”, has been published in Forum for Development Studies no. , p. The title of the paper has been changed to: “The politics of decentralisation in Mali: the prospects for local democracy” - Paper three, “Decentralisation and territorial reorganisation in Mali: power and the. The commitment for greater decentralisation, strengthening local government and autonomy for the local state still remain a far cry in Bangladesh. To address the issues of ‘local governance’ from the context of decentralisation, a new chapter is added with the main book as post-script. I believe the interested persons may get.
The impact of fiscal decentralization: Issues in theory and challenges in practice. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1. Fiscal decentralization. I. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do Cited by: 2. decentralisation system which addresses the health needs of the population. The authors also provide an extensive overview of the various forms and decentralisation and then offer some lessons, caveats and important issues that must be taken into account in the country’s journey to further decentralisation. The potential role of the.
The government of Niger that was elected in provided the country with a new constitution that makes provisions for stronger decentralisation. Regional and municipal elections have taken place in and are scheduled for Decentralisation is intended to improve development in villages and cities throughout the country. models for decentralisation, the literature does not offer effective guidance for donors or governments” (p.5). Academics and experts are still at the stage of clarifying links between decentralisation, service delivery, economic development and social cohesion, and sufficient.
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In France, the policy of decentralisation was initiated by acts of the French parliament known as Gaston Defferre Laws in Prior to the new laws French municipalities and departments enjoyed a limited autonomy under laws passed in and Decentralisation in France can be divided into three categories- Institutional, territorial and functional decentralisation.
Decentralisation in France Decentralisation is a system of organisation of state administrative bodies, by which decision-making and management powers are delegated to directly elected local government bodies in order to ensure a better balance of powers across the nation.
ByFile Size: KB. Decentralization or decentralisation (see spelling differences) is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.
Concepts of decentralization have been applied to group dynamics and management science in private businesses and organizations.
Decentralization – Key Issues, Major Trends and Future Developments a) intergovernmental processes, i.e. decentralization of gover- nance between levels of government from federal/central to state/local; b) deregulation, i.e., decentralization fr om gover nments to market, quasi-market and non-gover nmental or ganizations (the balanceFile Size: 58KB.
Focusing on two claims in particular, this book questions whether decentralisation does offer a significant pathway out of poverty and conflict in Africa. Issues of poverty reduction are addressed in Uganda, Ghana, Malawi and Tanzania, while those of conflict management are explored in Mauritius, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda and Rwanda.
Leading Issues in Territorial Decentralisation in Nigeria and France. Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University Press, [Edited with E.A.O. Oyeyipo et al.; author of one chapter] Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles: (forthcoming) “ Repenser la théorisation de la distinction sociale à partir des analyses.
government system in Nigeria. Conceptual Issues Decentralization Decentralization is defined in many ways depending on the degree of delegation and autonomy transferred to the local actors.
Olowu () defines decentralization “As the transfer of administrative and/or decision making (political) power to lower organizational Size: 94KB. decentralisation as a tool in managing the ethnic question: a case study of uganda dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree llm (human rights and.
A Case for Political Decentralisation in Nigeria A thesis submitted in fulfilment for the degree of Decentralisation by default_____26 Summary and conclusion_____27 Nigeria has been under this system of centralised administrative governance since when the northern and the southernFile Size: 1MB.
Territorial administration and political control. Decentralization in France Jean-Claude Thoenig To cite this version: Jean-Claude Thoenig. Territorial administration and political control. Decentralization in France. Public Administration, Wiley,83 (3), pp halshs.
decentralisation’s antonym, centralisation, has a much more precise and accepted usage, which is the concentration of power, resources, and authority in a single head or centre Two problems tend to arise with concepts given varied meanings. The concept can beFile Size: KB.
Addressing the challenges of decentralisation | An increasing trend towards decentralisation 6 Simply stated, decentralisation is the dispersion or distribution of functions and powers. It involves the transfer of decision-making power and accountability for results to individuals or operating units at.
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Understatement”. Implementing decentralisation and territorial reform in Eastern Europe 02/02/ François Bafoil OECD - Kiev 1. mobilizing, place-based (or territorial) strategy aimed at improving social inclusion in a set of multidimensional The structural funds raise issues about: –The additionnality (to the budget).
State Policing and National Security in Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 6(1) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Decentralisation advocates argue that, because decentralisation brings govern- among different levels and territorial areas of the state and among different interests in their relationship to ruling Nigeria, Kenya and Tanzania, although others are referred to where relevant.
South Africa’s post apart-Cited by: Decentralization of Federal Power in Nigeria Categories: Politics. by Dr. Michael Egbosiuba. Concentration of power at the federal level as currently exist in Nigeria is not the best way to achieve much needed rapid development.
Decentralization of power from federal government to state, local and municipal governments is the way to go. Decentralisation. • Evidence generated through annual sector reviews and the review of the decentralisation policy itself indicates that the quality of service provision has significantly improved over time.
• The decentralisation programme is anchored in a strong legal framework recognised by all government ministries and agencies, and all. 6 févr. Leading Issues in Territorial Decentralisation in Nigeria and France.
des entreprises publiques en Afrique subsaharienne de succession. l'élection directe du chef de l'Etat, facteur de démocratisation des "Démocratisation et décentralisation:.
Decentralization of Governance and Development Pranab Bardhan A ll around the world in matters of governance, decentralization is the rage. Even apart from the widely debated issues of subsidiarity and devolution in the European Union and states’ rights in the United States, decentraliza.
the great variety of OECD countries decentralisation features. Figure 1. Decentralisation in OECD countries Share of Sub-central governments in general government revenues and expenditure, (1) Note: Decentralisation is measured by the share of sub-national governments in total public revenues and spending.
General.on the outcomes of decentralisation in Africa on the two themes of poverty re-duction and the management of violent conflict. This initial chapter introduces the book.
It proceeds in five sections. First, key terms are defined. Second, the motives, claims and issues concerning decen-tralisation are. In Nigeria, decentralization dates back to the early s, in the federation which constitutes of thirty-six states and seven hundred and seventy-four local governments.
The central government allocates 24% and 20% as gross revenue respectively to state and local government, regardless of power distribution among federal, state and the.