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Administrative Reforms
Administrative reforms
Administrative Reforms

The opening chapter (Abraham) in this part is meant to provide an overview of the theme of administrative reforms in India and Europe in a comparative perspective. While the chapter by Wollmann examines public-sector reforms in international perspective, paying special attention to Germany and France, Roeber compares administrative reforms in Germany with other European countries. Three chapters are devoted to India, two of them being concerned with bureaucracy (Mathur, Agnihotri and Dar) and one with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the process of reform (Rajan).

Abraham in his chapter argues that the organisation and functions of the state have changed significantly since the 1970s, both in India and Europe, reflecting a worldwide trend. While in the 1980s, the very need for ...

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