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DECENTRALIZATION AND POWER SHIFT: AN IMPERATIVE FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE
A Sourcebook on Decentralization Experiences in Asia, Volume I
Edited by: ALEX B. BRILLANTES, JR. and NORA G. CUACHON
ASIAN RESOURCE CENTER FOR DECENTRALIZATION
The Sourcebook is a work in progress and the initial output of research by the staff of the Center for Local and Regional Governance (CLRG) and the Asian Resource Center for Decentralization (ARCD).
It is a modest contribution to the ongoing debates and discussions on decentralization, focusing on Asian experiences, such as those of Mongolia, China, India, Japan and the Philippines. It reviews various literature on decentralization (both print and those drawn from the Internet) which are properly attributed and cited in the reference section. It is envisioned to be an accompanying reader for Volume II, which will be a compilation of the conference papers presented during the Second International Conference on Decentralization.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES VOLUMES I & II
Proserpina D Tapales. Jocelyn Cuaresma and Wilhelmina Cabo eds.
“In the field of local government, there has not been a dearth of materials produced in the last decade. However, their sources and foci have been disparate, that there is a need to put them together to make a coherent whole. This book of readings…aims to meet that need. Like our other publications, the selections in these volumes are meant to provide a logical framework and data to understand local government administration in the Philippines. We are confident that readers of these two volumes will profit greatly from the collected papers generate.”
Dr. Ledivina Cariсo,
former Dean NCPAG-UP
HANDBOOK OF LOCAL FISCAL ADMINISTRATION
Alicia B. Celestino, Norberto G. Malvar, Romulo R. Zipagan
At no time in Philippine history has a handbook of local fiscal administration been most relevant than at the present when the Local Government Code has provided local governments broader powers and wider discretions in determining their own project priorities.
Dr. Heinz Bьhler
Director-General of the German Foundation for International Development
HANDBOOK OF MODERN MANAGEMENT
Tomas A. Sajo, Eden V. Santiago, and Ma. Ernita T. Joaquin
Aimed for a general audience of academics and practitioners, this handbook deals with the details and how-to’s of management in local government. It offers explanations of key concepts on organization development, human resource management, and internal control; and prodived sted-by-step information for each principle and procedure in graphic and narrative forms. The volume will be most useful to managers at the local level, especially the governors, mayors, and their administrators.
“We always try to come up with a good mix of theory and practice. This handbook is a fitting follow up to the earlier publication, a monograph on Local Economic Promotion in the Philippines which focuses on the theoretical side by providing some descriptions on the basic concepts, trends, issues and concerns. On the other hand, this handbook presents the practical side of planning, implementing, controlling and evaluating LEP. As the readers browse through the pages, may they find this volume a useful and relevant guide and companion.”
Dr. Proserpina D. Tapales
former Director, CLRG and former Dean NCPAG-UP.
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