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Alternative strategies for developing administrative capabilities in emerging nations

Joseph LaPalombara

Alternative strategies for developing administrative capabilities in emerging nations

by Joseph LaPalombara

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Published by Comparative Administrative Group, American Society for Public Administration in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public administration -- Developing countries.,
  • Newly independent states.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph LaPalombara.
    SeriesCAG occasional papers
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 leaves ;
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13546433M

    these countries.5 Conversely, detailing is still very important in many developing nations. In China, for example, nearly three-quarters of the information doctors receive about new medicines comes from meetings with sales representatives and conferences.6 But here, too, resistance to “irresponsible” marketing practices is growing,7 and, in. China has learned the lessons of the Gulf War and has doctrinally set a course to develop a modern and effective military with a power projection capability. [15] As a result of the major shifts in military strategy described above, China has embarked on an ambitious military modernization program.

      From the systematic review analysis, we were able to identify three main drivers of change for advancing education quality and student learning in developing countries (see Fig. 1).These consist of (i) interventions aiming to enhance the supply-side capabilities of education institutions, (ii) interventions targeting supply-side and demand-side changes in preferences and behaviours that . Despite these problems countertrade is likely "to grow as a major indirect entry method, especially in developing countries. Foreign production. Besides exporting, other market entry strategies include licensing, joint ventures, contract manufacture, ownership and participation in export processing zones or free trade zones.

    By J Wagona Makoba* Journal of Third World Studies Spring The phenomenal growth of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) at both international and national levels is due to the changing attitude of donor agencies about development assistance and the increased demand for NGO services in Third World countries.1 NGOs are non-membership support organizations involved in relief, . Many developing countries, including the three where our research consortium, the Anti-Corruption Evidence research consortium is working, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Tanzania, struggle to provide free or low-cost healthcare to all their citizens. Instead, citizens are often forced to buy services from the private sector at higher fees or worse.


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