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This paper examines the reasons for the early dominance of the bureaucratic elite in Pakistan and the downsizing that was brought about by the administrative reforms of 1973. The perceptions of bureaucrats and ministers indicate that loyalty to political establishment is now regarded a crucial requirement in a bureaucrat. This shift from the principle of political neutrality to the practice of political allegiance has affected both the development agenda as well as the institutions of the country. JEL classification: H11, D73

GENRE
Entreprise et management
SORTIE
2010
22 septembre
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
44
Pages
ÉDITEUR
Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
TAILLE
327.4
Ko

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