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  • Organisation of government, The - an introduction
  • Gildenhuys JSH, Knipe A
  • ISBN: 9780627024801
  • eISBN: 9780627031564
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 321 Pages | Published: 2001

The outcome of the study of this book would be that students are able to evaluate a specific government system, defining both its negative and positive characteristics and suggesting improvements, if necessary. 

1 Government systems

2 Goals and objectives of government

3 Government functions and services

4 Alternative ways of providing government services

5 Principles of good governance: Constitutional principles

6 Principles of good governance: Political, social and economic principles

7 Principles of good governance: Public management principles

8 The legislature

9 The executive authority and the administration

10 The judicial authority

11 Parastatals

12 Regional government

13 Local government

14 The African tribal system

15 Governmental relations

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