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Aims to explore the nature of uncertainty in budgetary decisionmaking in three local authorities in the UK Staffordshire, Shropshireand Derbyshire. Results show that these authorities have beenexperiencing great uncertainty during the 1980s. The source of suchuncertainty is traceable to the...
Reviews the development of town and country planning andadministration in Nigeria from the colonial period to the present. TheBritish colonial administration, with its religious and missionary zeal,created the cultural, social and ideological premisses of modern townand country planning and...
Focuses on impact fee adoption as a means of financing growth in anincreasing number of Florida communities. The discussion includes thetypes of impact fees, their multiple uses, the extent to which they haveincreased in number, and subsequent increases in costs to residents ofnew development....
Reviews the crisis of the inherited career Civil Service system inSubSaharan African countries and argues for a small career service thatwould be adjusted to the imperatives of a market economy and politicalpluralism. Concludes with suggestions on the rationalization ofemployment and pay, the...
Covers the reasons why planning consultants are employed and givessome indication of what and who is involved in the buying decision.Examines the risks perceived by local authority officers and details themany ways in which these officers attempt to reduce the risk of anunsatisfactory...
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