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Unit-04
N 87, Türkiyənin Azərbaycandakı səfiri Azərbaycan Mətbuat Şurasında olub, Dəri 2 o, bu gün təhsil, dok səsnəd elanı, 2.ATOM MOLEKUL TELIMI.KIMYANIN ESAS QANUNLARI, magistr, tec isi qrafiki, Məzmun, İşğaldan azad olunan Kəlbəcər rayonu inzibati, referat 3325, XX ƏSRİN SONU, İqlim mikroiqlim və iqlimə uyğunlaşma, Əshabi


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Development
Administration in
Developed and Developing
Nations
UNIT 4 DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 
IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING 
NATIONS
 
Structure 
 
4.0 Objectives 
4.1 Introduction 
4.2 
More Developed Nations 
4.3 
The Developing Nations 
4.4 
Common Patterns in Development Administration 
4.5 Activity 
4.6 Conclusion 
4.7 
References and Further Readings 
4.0 OBJECTIVES 
This unit will provide you with an understanding of: 
• Characteristics of development administration of developed nations
• Salient attributes of development administration of developing nations; and 
• Some common patterns in development administration. 
 
4.1 INTRODUCTION 
In this unit, certain salient characteristics of development administration that are 
common to more developed nations and to the developing nations are being 
discussed. These characteristics are not exhaustive, but only indicative. Their 
understanding will become clearer as we go along studying the succeeding parts 
of the unit. 
4.2 MORE DEVELOPED NATIONS 
It is very difficult to club all the developed countries under one rubric. Yet, 
certain scholars have made efforts to categories the various developed countries 
according to their historical, political and administrative legacy and the 
contemporary status of governance. For instance, Ferrel Heady has distinguished 
between classical administrative systems such as France and Germany on the one 
hand and the civic culture of administrative systems such as the United States 
and Great Britain on the other. He presents Japan as an example of adaptive 
modernising administration and finds countries such as the Russian Federation 
and Peoples Republic of China as representing “Second Tier” of Development 
process (Heady, 1996). Despite these and other classifications, it remains 
problematic to group all the developed nations together, for they continue to vary 
in the levels of their political, economic and socio-cultural development. In the 
following sections, certain major characteristics of developed nations are being 
attempted, particularly in the context of development administration. It should be 
accepted that distinguishing between development and non-development 
administration becomes difficult in most developed nations in view of the 
common administrative machinery for regulating and promoting the traditional 
as well as developmental functions of governance. 


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