The Changing Role of the Local Governments Under a Decentralized State: Some Cases in Philippine Local Governance

Authors/Editors: Perla E. Legaspi

Publisher: UP NCPAG

Year: 2001

Edition: -

Pages: 166

Binding: Paperbound

The Changing Role of Local Governments under a Decentralized State is a collection of case studies highlighting the experiences of selected local governments in the Philippines under a decentralized regime. It acts as a compendium of best practices, showcasing innovations, new approaches and strategies in local governance by award-winning local governments. Meanwhile, it also raises issues, challenges,  and ways forward for these and other local governments.  The book tackles three common themes: economic promotion for development; revenue generation/fiscal management; and community participation/involvement.

Price: PhP 200.00


Availability: Out of Print

This book is out of print. You may borrow a copy from the UP NCPAG Library (928-5408).