Repertoires of domination in decentralization : cases from Botswana and Senegal

Abstract: Government officials, local elites, and commercial interests in Botswana and Senegal have used their so-called repertoires of domination to limit the extent of local-level democratization achieved through the decentralization of natural resource management.

Author(s): Poteete, Amy R.; Ribot, Jesse C.

Source(s): , 36 p. draft

Published: 2009 Indiana university. Digital library of the commons (DLC)], [Bloomington, IN (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://dlc.dlib.indiana.edu/dlc/bitstream/handle/10535/473/poteete_ribot_wow4.pdf?sequence=1

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