Dynamics of Public Policy: Determinants of Policymaking and Implementation in Bangladesh
Salahuddin Aminuzzaman ()
Public Organization Review, 2013, vol. 13, issue 4, 443-458
Socio-economic development achievements in Bangladesh have been characterized as a development paradox. The policymaking process in Bangladesh is seen as the outcome of incentives created by patronage politics as opposed to the compulsion for the government to play an effective developmental role. A number of factors strongly affect the public policy formulation and implementation process—factors such as the assistance and extent of pressure and persuasion from international development partners, and the capacity to mobilize and manage resources. The political commitment at the highest level is found to be the most critical determinant element of policy formulation and implementation in Bangladesh. Copyright Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013
Keywords: Dynamics of policy formulation; Policy determinants; Policy actors; Development partners (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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