oa African Review - Administrative authority and the problem of effective agricultural administration in East Africa

Volume 2, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 0002-0117



Over the past two decades, a large literature has grown up analysing the special situation administrators face in promoting ""development"" within the Third World. Development administration has gained the status of being a legitimate academic discipline, but its basic concepts and its findings are the object of continuing controversy. This paper takes stock of the concepts and methods in development administration as a field of inquiry, trying to establish which administrative features are most important for the effective management of agricultural administration.

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