Bureaucracy and national planning
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Bureaucracy and national planning a sociological case study in Mexico. by Guy Benveniste

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Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English



  • Mexico.


  • Educational planning -- Mexico.

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Edition Notes

SeriesPraeger special studies in international economics and development
LC ClassificationsLA422 .B44
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 141 p.
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4766433M
LC Control Number78114040

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planning, it has no definite plans and aims. It lacks unity and uniformity; the various bureaus and agencies work at 'cross-purposes. The outcome is a disintegration of the whole social apparatus of production and distribution. Pov­ ertyand distress are bound to follow." This vehement indictment of bureaucracy is, by and.   Bureaucracy is an age-old form of government that has survived since ancient times; it has provided order and persisted with durability, dependability, and stability. The popularity of the first edition of this book, entitled Handbook of Bureaucracy, is testimony to the endurance of bureaucratic institutions. Reflecting the accelerated globalizatioCited by: This book develops a useful theory of bureaucratic decision making. The theory will enable analysts to predict at least some aspects of bureau behavior accurately, and to incorporate bureaus into a more generalized theory of social decision making — particularly one relevant to democracies. Bureaucracy as a social and administrative institution has been at the centre of attention in capitalist, socialist as well as the developing countries. The consequences of bureaucratization in the three worlds are, however, significantly different. The dilemma of the developing countries is especially severe. In the absence of alternative instruments of implementation of the programmes of.

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