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Global Perspectives on Development Administration and Cultural Change

Global Perspectives on Development Administration and Cultural Change
Author(s)/Editor(s): Gbenga Emmanuel Afolayan (Murdoch University, Australia) and Akeem Ayofe Akinwale (University of Lagos, Nigeria)
Copyright: ©2017
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0629-4
ISBN13: 9781522506294
ISBN10: 1522506292
EISBN13: 9781522506300


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As countries around the world make continuous strides in developing their economies, it has become increasingly important to evaluate the different ways culture impacts the growth of a region.

Global Perspectives on Development Administration and Cultural Change investigates the impact of economic growth on different demographics throughout the world. Identifying theoretical concepts and notable topics in the areas of economic development, organizational culture, and cultural shifts, this book is an essential reference source for policymakers, development planners, international institutions, public policy analysts, administrators, researchers, and NGOs.

Reviews and Testimonials

Editors Afolayan and Akinwale present readers with a collection of academic essays examining the impact of economic growth on a variety of demographics around the world. The nine selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to development administration in contemporary Africa, developing diversity neutral organizational culture, entrepreneurship policy frameworks, and a wide variety of other related subjects.

– Protoview Reviews

Author's/Editor's Biography

Gbenga Afolayan (Ed.)
Gbenga Emmanuel Afolayan is currently a doctoral candidate at Murdoch University, Australia. He holds two master's degrees in development studies and public policy and management from the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands) and University of York (United Kingdom) respectively. His research focuses on education and international development, social inequalities, public policies and development administration, widowhood and women's studies, feminist economics, human rights and social justice.

Akeem Akinwale (Ed.)
Akeem Akinwale is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, University of Lagos, Nigeria. His research interests include industrial sociology and development studies. He is an active member of various professional associations including the International Sociological Association, the Global Development Network, and the Nigerian Young Academy. Dr Akinwale is a Laureate of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa.


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