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Local Governance and Poverty in Developing Nations by Isa Baud, Nicky Pouw

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9    Negotiated Spaces forRepresentation in Mumbai

Isa Baud and Navtej Nainan

9.1 INTRODUCTION

There is a well-established discussion on the movement from service provision on the part of governments to collaborative work with the private sector and citizen movements in developing countries (Pierre and Peters 2000; Kooiman 2003; World Bank 2003; Baud 2004). These governance processes provide potential arenas for nongovernment actors to work together with different levels of government. Local city governments see this trend as an opportunity to move policy implementation outwards by involving NGOs, the private sector and community-based organizations (CBOs). This movement includes not only public-private arrangements and public-community arrangements ...

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