Development Planning in South Africa

Provincial Policy and State Power in the Eastern Cape

The first empirical study of the inner workings of South Africa's dysfunctional policy development process, exposing the challenges of large-scale policy overhaul and the frictions at the heart of the South African state. Les mer
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The first empirical study of the inner workings of South Africa's dysfunctional policy development process, exposing the challenges of large-scale policy overhaul and the frictions at the heart of the South African state.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction
1 The State and State Policy: A Theoretical Perspective
2. The Post-apartheid South African State and Economy
3. Overview of the Provincial Growth and Development Planning Process
4. Provincial Government Political Priorities 2002-2004
5. Preparing for the Writing of the PGDP Strategy Framework
6. Development of the PGDP Strategy Framework
7. Developing PGDP Programmes and Gearing for Implementation
Conclusion

Om forfatteren

John Reynolds is the founding head of the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU) in the Institute of Social and Economic Research at Rhodes University, South Africa. His extensive experience in the Eastern Cape has included work for the United Nations Development Programme, the Eastern Cape Provincial Government, and on development programmes financed by the European Union.