Representation, citizenship and the public domain in democratic decentralization

Abstract: The effects of ‘democratic’ decentralization reforms are analysed. In most developing countries, rather than empowering representative elected local government, reforms have often resulted in a transfer of power to private bodies, customary authorities and non-governmental organizations.

Author(s): Ribot, Jesse C.

Source(s): , Bulletin / Bonn international center for conversion; 42 [4] p Bulletin / Bonn international center for conversion 42

Published: 2007 Bonn international center for conversion (BICC), Bonn (English

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Link: http://92.51.133.212/uploads/pdf/publications/bulletin/bulletin42.pdf

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