An Anatomy of Public Policy Implementation: The Case of Decentralization Policies in Ghana
An exploration of how decentralization in Ghana has benefitted the country. The book looks at the history of decentralization in Ghana, and how the process works, and concludes with a study of its effectiveness.
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The history of decentralization in Ghana
Formulation of postindependence decentralization
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accountability Accra achieved activities administration African agencies appointed areas Asante assembly attempt became British central government centre chairman chiefs civil service colonial Commission commissioners committees concerned Constitution coordination councillors created decentralization policies decentralization programmes decision departments direct district councils economic effective elections established executive exercise existing fact functions funds Ghana Ghanaian given Gold Coast government units headquarters heads implementation important increased independence instance institutions interests involved issues lack land local government units major membership Minister Ministry native authorities Nkrumah nominated objectives officers operations organizations participation party period planning PNDC political popular position principal problems projects proposals Rawlings reform regarded regime regional relationship Report representatives responsible result role rural Second Secretary staff structure successive Table Third town traditional village
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