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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Network of Asia-Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance. Annual Conference (2005 : Beijing, China).
Role of public administration in building a harmonious society.
Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines : ADB, 2006
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Raza Ahmad; Network of Asia-Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance. Annual Conference; Asian Development Bank.
|Notes:||"Publication stock no. 110506"--Title page verso.|
|Description:||xviii, 723 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Other Titles:||Public administration in building a harmonious society|
|Responsibility:||edited by Raza Ahmad.|
Table of Contents:
Section1.Democratization and State Capacity in East and Southeast Asia\ by IAN MARSH -- Section2.The Role of the Chinese Government in Building a Harmonious Society\ by BO GUILI -- Section3.On the Organizational Framework for Citizens’ Participation in the People’s Republic of China\ by CHU SONGYAN -- Section4.Qualitative Participation and Social Harmony: A Study of the Literacy Movement in West Bengal (India)\ by RABINDRANATH BHATTACHARYYA -- Section5.Enlarging Entrepreneurial Networks of Local Citizens in Backward Regions of India\ by AMITA SINGH -- Section6. Local Governance, Decentralization, and Participatory Planning in Indonesia: Seeking a New Path to a Harmonious Society\ by IDA WIDIANINGSIH -- Section7. Citizens’ Participation in Local Budgeting: The Case of Mongolia\ by BYAMBAYAR YADAMSUREN -- Section8. Relationship between the Size of Local Government and Citizen Participation in Sri Lanka\ by M. H. AJANTHA SISIRA KUMARA and WASANA S. HANDAPANGODA -- Section9. Local Government Structures for Strengthening Societal Harmony in Tanzania: Some Lessons for Reflection\ by MUJWAHUZI NJUNWA -- Section10. Changing Relationship with Government: Contracts or Partnerships in the Delivery of Community Services\ by JO BAULDERSTONE -- Section11.Targeted Public Distribution System: Lessons from a Food Deficit State in India\ by JAYA S. ANAND -- Section12. Role of Public Administration in Facilitating Rural Telecommunications and ICT\ by REKHA JAIN -- Section13.Power, Public Administration, and Poverty: An Inquiry into the Rural Employment Program in India\ by BISWATOSH SAHA and RAM KUMAR KAKANI -- Section14. Combating Poverty and Exclusion in Nepal\ by TEK NATH DHAKAL -- Section15. The Quality of Public Sector Management and Economic Inequality\ by M. KHALID NADEEM KHAN and SYED ABU AHMAD AKIF -- Section16. Managing Diversity in the Philippines: Is Government Working Hard Enough to Provide Services in Equal Ways?\ by EDUARDO T. GONZALEZ -- Section17. Reducing Socioeconomic Inequality in Uzbekistan\ by ALISHER R. YUNUSOV -- Section18. The Impact of Poor Governance on Foreign Direct Investment: The Bangladesh Experience\ by QUAMRUL ALAM, MOHAMMAD EMDAD ULLAH MIAN and ROBERT F. I. SMITH -- Section19. E-governance in Bangladesh: A Scrutiny from the Citizens’ Perspective\ by SHAH MOHAMMAD SANAUL HOQUE -- Section20. Innovations in Governance and Service Delivery: E-government Experiments in Malaysia\ by NOORE ALAM SIDDIQUEE -- Section21. Innovative Tools in the Governance of Public Services and their Implementation in a Developing Country, Cambodia\ by CHHIV YISEANG and ISABELLE THOMAS -- Section22. Building a Harmonious Entrepreneurial Ecology: An Understanding Based on the Emerging Experience of the People’s Republic of China\ by LI GUOJUN -- Section23. Performance-based Budgeting in China: A Case Studyof Guangdong\ by MEILI NIU, ALFRED HO, and JUN MA -- Section24. Role of E-governance in Tackling Corruption: The Indian Experience\ by R. D. PATHAK and R. S. PRASAD -- Section25. Innovations in Governance and Public Service: The Case of Andhra Pradesh State in India\ by SEETA MISHRA, R. K. MISHRA, and J. KIRINMAI -- Section26. The Proper Role of Government in Natural Resources Management in Indonesia\ by MULYADI SUMARTO -- Section27. Building a Performance-based Management System: Increasing the Impact of Community Engagement in Local Authorities\ by SUHAIMI SHAHNON -- Section28. Engaging Societies: Institutionalizing a Consultative Mechanism to Improve Governance\ by HASHIM YAACOB and NORMA MANSOR -- Section29. Institutional Change in Mongolia: Balancing Waves of Reform\ by TSEDEV DAMIRAN and RICHARD PRATT -- Section30. Labor Migration in the Kyrgyz Republic and Its Social and Economic Consequences\ by ROMAN MOGILEVSKY -- Section31. Constraints and Challenges Arising from Demographic Transitions and Imbalances: Pakistan at the Crossroads\ by AQILA KHAWAJA -- Section32. Problems of Democratic Consolidation in Bangladesh: A Cultural Explanation\ by TAIABUR RAHMAN -- Section33. Role of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods in the Development of Society: Lok Adalat in India\ by ANURAG K. AGARWAL -- Section34. Using Q-methodology to Resolve Conflicts and Find Solutions to Contentious Policy Issues\ by DAN DURNING -- Section35. Health Care for the Poor in India with Special Reference to Punjab State\ by B.S. GHUMAN and AKSHAT MEHTA -- Section36. Health Care for the Poor and the Millennium Development Goals: A Case Study of Pakistan\ by SARFRAZ H. KHAWAJA -- Section37. Opportunities and Challenges in the Local Governance of Public Health\ by VICTORIA A. BAUTISTA -- Section38. Building the Public Health Emergency Management System of the People’s Republic of China\ by MENGZHONG ZHANG and JIANHUA ZHANG -- Section39. Innovations in Teaching Public Policy and Management: The Case of ANZSOG’s EMPA Program\ by DEIRDRE O’NEILL -- Section40. The Problem-based Learning Approach: Issues and Concerns\ by LUVISMIN SY-AVES -- Section41. Teaching Problem-based Data Analysis to Public Administration Students: A Reinforcement of Statistics and Research Methods in the MPA Program\ by ESTER L. RAAGAS -- Section42. Assessment Center Simulation as Problem-based Learning Tool for the MPA Program: A Field Study in Taipei,China\ by IRVING YI-FENG HUANG
- Asia -- Politics and government -- 1945- -- Congresses.
- Pacific Area -- Politics and government -- Congresses.
- Political participation -- Asia -- Congresses.
- Political participation -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.
- Asia -- Social policy -- Congresses.
- Pacific Area -- Social policy -- Congresses.
- Public administration -- Asia -- Congresses.
- Public administration -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.
- Political participation.
- Politics and government
- Public administration.
- Social policy.
- Pacific Area.