Local Governance and Access to Urban Services in Asia: A Policy Brief
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CitationShabbir, Cheema. "Local governance and access to urban services in Asia: A policy brief." Ash Center Policy Briefs Series, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2018.
AbstractThis policy brief explores how democratic processes in local governance affect access to urban services in Asian cities, especially for marginalized groups. It is based on research conducted by a group of national research and training institutions in nine cities in five Asian countries as well as regional dialogue hosted and facilitated by East-West Center with the support of the Swedish International Center for Local Democracy (ICLD). Governance process variables investigated were local government resources and capacity; mechanisms for local participation, accountability, and coordination; use of information and communications technology (ICT); implementation and replication of good practices; and management of peri-urbanization. This brief outlines research findings that are applicable across countries at the city level.
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