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by Bishwapriya Sanyal
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- Author: Bishwapriya Sanyal
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- Language: English
- Publisher: International Institute for Labour Studies (1994)
- Pages: 72 pages
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Cooperative autonomy: The dialectic of State-NGOs relationship in developing countries. The author argues that South Koreaâ?s economic, cultural, and political development was the product of a unique set of historical circumstances that.
Cooperative autonomy : the dialectic of State-NGOs relationship in developing countries. The current discussion about nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) rests on the key assumptions that (1) to be effective, NGOs must be autonomous of both state and market institutions, and (2) NGOs. More).
The planning culture in many countries has shifted from a design-centric practice led by a. .Cooperative Autonomy: the Dialectic of State-NGO Ralationship in Developing Counties.
The planning culture in many countries has shifted from a design-centric practice led by a small group of professionals to a much broader social activity involving the general public throughout the process. Bolan, R; S. "Emerging Views of Planning
TVA and the Grass Roots, University of California Press, Berkeley. Srivastava, J. (2005). NGOs at World Trade Organization: The democratic dimension. Economic and Political Weekly XL(19), 1952–1957.
In some countries, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are major . A study series is proposed to examine these issues in a range of countries
In some countries, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are major contributors to development processes. This is not uniform, however. A study series is proposed to examine these issues in a range of countries. The studies will feed into a synthesis report (to be prepared in FY95) which will indicate areas of "best practice" of relevance to poverty reduction, participatory development and "good governance. The relationship between international organizations and national NGOs is also defined by the characteristics of the specific country; in some countries, intermediary or umbrella organizations provide intellectual and operational leadership.
State-Society Relations in the People’s Republic of China Post-1949. International Institute for Labour Studies. State-Society Relations in the People’s Republic of China Post-1949.
Perspective from Beirut, Lebanon Bishwapriya Sanyal and Mona Fawaz. Michael B. Teitz is Senior Fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California and Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley. Report No. 100, 1994. Sanyal, Bishwapriya, and Vinit Mukhija. Institutional Pluralism and Housing Delivery: A Case of Unforeseen Conflicts in Mumbai, India. World Development 29, no. 12 (2001): 2043-2057. Why Do Different Countries Choose a Different Public-Private Mix of Educational Services?" JHR - The Journal of Human Resources 28, no. 3 (1993): 571-592.