Devolution in Kenya Prospects, Challenges and future

Institute of Economic Affairs
Theme: General

Devolution in Kenya Prospects, Challenges and future    File Size: 2.99 MB Downloads: 87202
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04 January 2010

Devolution has been advocated as a political response to the ills plaguing fragile and plural societies, such as, conflict, inequalities, rent seeking, economic stagnation, corruption and inefficient use of public resources. Besides, devolution is also implemented as a reaction to external pressure from organised groups. For devolution to be effective, however, the criteria of subsidiarity and consesus must be observed.


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