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Executive Training for Public Administration: The Role of E.I.A.P. as a Regional Centre to Develop Executive Personnel for Latin America

  • Athyr Guimarães

Abstract

A clear need seems to exist in relation to specific training, research and documentation, as well as to teaching at postgraduate level, that is not being satisfied entirely by national centres and which could possibly be met by regional centres. A great debility is to be noticed, for instance, in the system of formation of highly qualified manpower for developing countries, especially in connection with governmental effort.

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Public Administration Latin American Country Accelerate Development Administrative Reform Custom Policy 
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Notes

  1. 3.
    CAPES, A Formação de Pessoal de Nivel Superior e o Desenvolvimento Econômico (Rio de Janeiro 1969), p. 17.Google Scholar

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© South African Institute of International Affairs 1974

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