Institutional setting of decentralised government in The Netherlands: The role of support organisations
The aim of this research is to facilitate the country programmes (Zambia, Bolivia and Bangladesh) of SINPA in the process of improving urban management capacity in a manner that will be sustainable locally. The three countries initiated this process by bringing together existing local development partners and capacity building institutions so as to improve capacity. With this research new ideas and lessons learned can be taken into consideration for lightening the heavy tasks put on municipal shoulders, by providing ideas in creating new institutions in SINPA countries helpful in assisting local government with urban management issues. This specific research will be a case study on the role of capacity building and advisory organisations for urban management in The Netherlands. The emphasis will be on policy formulation and planning related issues rather than on implementation of policies.
|Keywords||Netherlands, decentralisation, institutional development|
|Publisher||Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS)|
Noordhoek, M., & Maria Zwanenburg, Zwanenburg. (2002). Institutional setting of decentralised government in The Netherlands: The role of support organisations (No. IHS SINPA 21). Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/32238