City Management and its ID Imperatives
The immediate challenge in the development of institutions for third world city management is two-fold. First, is the need to organise urban management according to its functional determinants. This is the obvious argument that form follows function. Secondly, is the need to be guided by a set of institutional development imperatives, that are specific to the fledgling urban management discipline in developing countries. This chapter seeks to review the first in order to arrive at the second. It does so by considering the following:
CITY MANAGEMENT FUNCTION
CITY MANAGEMENT FORM
INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IMPERATIVES
KeywordsLocal Government Central Government Informal Sector Institutional Development Institutional Intervention
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© Ronald McGill 1996