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dc.creatorMasuko, Louis (compiler)
dc.creatorNyoni, Desmond (assistant)
dc.identifierMasuko, L. & Nyoni, D. (1993) Decentralisation Policy in Zimbabwe: Impact on Local Government Performance, IDS Monograph Paper no. 4. UZ, Harare: ZIDS.
dc.description.abstractDecentralisation is the most common concept used in Zimbabwe to describe the relations between the centre and the local communities. Whether this is the most appropriate mode to capture these intricate relations is not the issue. Rather, it is the exposition of the concrete objectives behind the evolution of centre-local relations from 1980 in Zimbabwe, incorporating both the macro and micro actors and their interaction, that is the problem.
dc.publisherInstitute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS)
dc.relationMonograph Paper;No.4.
dc.rightsUniversity of Zimbabwe (UZ).
dc.subjectDevelopment Policy
dc.subjectPolitics and Power
dc.titleDecentralisation Policy in Zimbabwe: Impact on Local Government Performance
dc.typeConference paper
dc.typeSeries paper (non-IDS)

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