Abstract: This article argues that in spite of the declared objectives of re-decentralisation in Ethiopia, the tradition of using local government as a means of control remains very much intact. Yet, “local mechanisms” allowed a considerable increase in the “access and provision of public goods”.
Author(s): Ayele, Zemelak
Source(s): , Law democracy & development; 15 27 p., ill., tab Law democracy & development 15
Published: 2011 African journals online (AJOL)], [Grahamstown (English