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From the Publisher"Shows how well-established but easily-forgotten findings of traditional development administration are merging with experimental and innovative programs as governments mobilize to deal with globalization, to re-invent themselves, and to address massive domestic injustice."
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"An excellent and coherent series of readings, which provide both conceptual models and practical lessons of experience relating to the dynamic opportunities and challenges of building the capacities for a competent state in an era of globalization."
"Full of innovative ideas, this volume stands out as exceptionally well informed, lucid, and measured. A most useful reading for all those concerned with the role of the state in the era of globalization."
"The authors and editors have forged a rare, coherent narrative illuminating the state as a competent, adaptable partner linking global with local governance for navigating this new century."