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International, African and southern African instruments and institutions driving and inhibiting reform.
(Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of public administration and Management (ASSADPAM), 2007)
A number of international institutions and instruments are both driving and inhibiting reform. United Nations conventions play an important role in creating a moral framework for reform. However, ratification is mostly ...
Perceptions on the impact of Chinese businesses in Namibia: A case study of the retail and construction sector in Windhoek.
There are conflicting perspectives on the increase of Chinese business in Africa and in particular in Namibia. This study hypothesized that in Namibia, local communities, political leaders, local business community and ...
Role of culture and change management in sustainable public service reform.
(Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of Public Administration and Management (ASSADPAM)., 2007)
Culture and change is complex, unpredictable and cannot be managed but do have prospects for steering. This paper concurs with Van Tonder that change management is cultural management; and also with Bate that culture and ...
Understanding systemic corruption
During the last two decades the debate about corruption and ways to understand and contain it acquired a new intensity and concentrated focus. However, applications to contain it sustainably are of mixed success. The World ...