Rethinking Decentralization in Developing Countriesby Jennie I. Litvack, Richard M. Bird, Richard Miller Bird, Junaid Ahmad
Political pressure drives the majority of decentralization efforts in developing countries. Regardless of its origins, decentralization can have significant repercussions for resource mobilization and allocation, and ultimately macroeconomic stability, service delivery, and equity. This volume describes the complexity of the decentralization process, presents the lessons learned about the design of decentralization, and draws implications from this analysis for future research agendas.
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