Bureaucracy and Pro-poor Change

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Ali Cheema; Asad Sayeed;
  • Subject: bureaucracy, pro-poor change, consequences on service | Poverty, Poor, Bureaucracy
    • jel: jel:D73 | jel:I38 | jel:D70

Based on the premise that a functioning state is a necessary pre-requisite for pro-poor change, it is critical to investigate the role of the bureaucracy as a key catalyst in this process. Weber (1968) ascribes bureaucracies to be anchors of the modern nation state as t... View more
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