Negotiating Public Services in the Congo

State, Society and Governance

Tom De Herdt (Redaktør) ; Kristof Titeca (Redaktør)

An essential exploration of the DRC's hybrid forms of governance and the challenges posed in delivering vital public services. Les mer
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An essential exploration of the DRC's hybrid forms of governance and the challenges posed in delivering vital public services.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction - Tom De Herdt & Kristof Titeca

Part 1. Public Services and the state

2. State reform in the DRC - Stylianos Moshonas

3. Neighborhood chiefs in the DRC - Stephanie Perazzone

4. The donors and the predatory state - Camilla Lindstrom
Part 2. Case-studies
5. Electricity provision in Kinshasa - Jean-Pierre Mpiana Tshitenge
6. Police at work in Bukavu - Michel Thill

7. The public transport sector in Kinshasa - Albert Malukisa Nkuku and Kristof Titeca

8. Garbage collection in Bukavu - Randi Solhjell

9. Land management in Eastern DRC - Aymar Nyenyezi Bisoka & Klara Claessens

10. Justice and security in Haut Uele - Kristof Titeca

Om forfatteren

Kristof Titeca lectures at the Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Antwerp. He was previously a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics. He has been a regular contributor to the Washington Post, and has also written for outlets such as Al Jazeera, African Arguments and others.

Tom De Herdt is a professor of development at the University of Antwerp, and current chair of the university's Institute of Development Policy and Management. He has previously lectured at he Universidad Centroamericana in Nicaragua, and has coordinated consultancy projects on behalf of UNICEF. His previous works include Real Governance and Practical Norms in Sub-Saharan Africa (co-edited with Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, 2015).