Privatization, Decentralization, Participation and Development in Jordan

  • Osama J. A. R. Abu Shair


Chapter 5 concluded with the statement that development may mean decentralization and the latter certainly does mean participation, but privatization does not invariably lead to participation. It depends on how it is designed and implemented. This chapter will study this argument within the context of decentralization and participation, and hence development in Jordan. However, as there is no actual experience of privatization, the conclusions will be hypothetical, except for that of leasing state lands.


Economic Reform Small Farmer Military Expenditure Human Development Report Political Liberalization 
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© Osama J. A. R. Abu Shair 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • Osama J. A. R. Abu Shair
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  1. 1.University of SalfordUK

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