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close this bookAid and Entrepreneurship in Tanzania (Dar Es Salaam University Press, 1993, 165 p.)
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View the documentForeword
close this folderI STATE ORGANIZATION AND MODERNIZATION
View the documentMobilization of entrepreneurial capacity
View the documentState and modernization
View the documentThe colonial state
View the documentThe Nyerere regime
View the documentEffects of aid in Tanzania
close this folderII THE DILEMMA BETWEEN CONTROL AND MOBILIZATION IN ORGANIZATIONS
View the documentOrganization
View the documentOrganizational cultures
View the documentThe dilemma between control and mobilization in NORAD
View the documentMaterials and methods
View the documentOverview of the analysis
close this folderIII NORAD'S ORGANIZATION IN TANZANIA AND ORGANIZATION STRUCTURES
View the documentNORAD's organization
View the documentThe NORAD organization in Tanzania
View the documentThe structure of the Tanzanian state
close this folderIV NORAD'S INTERACTIONS WITH GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS
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View the documentThe Civil Service Department in the President's Office (IDM)
View the documentMinistry of Communication and Works (RRM and Tacoshili)
View the documentThe holding company TWICO (SHS)
close this folderV THE DIFFICULT TASK OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT
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View the documentIndustry: The Sao Hill Sawmill
View the documentTransport: The Coastal Shipping Company
View the documentInfrastructure: Rural Roads Maintenance
View the documentEducation: The Institute of Development Management
close this folderVI NORAD'S MANAGEMENT CAPACITY IN TANZANIA
View the documentNORAD's qualifications and efficiency
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View the documentReceiver orientation
View the documentReceiver orientation evaluated across institutional arenas
View the documentNORAD's influence on the Tanzanian government
View the documentNORAD: control-oriented
close this folderVII AID AND GOVERNMENT AUTOMONY
View the documentTanzania's dependence on aid
View the documentAid and government autonomy
View the documentTwo bureaucracies in a deadlock
close this folderVIII ON THE TRACK OF ADMINISTRATIVE CULTURES
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View the documentDefinitions of functional organization
View the documentDistribution of initiatives
View the documentRelations between Tanzanians and Norwegians
View the documentProject variations on mobilization capacity
View the documentRole definitions
View the documentDecision-making structures
View the documentCorruption and favouritism
View the documentNORAD: isolated from local communities and the state
close this folderIX NORAD'S CONTRIBUTION TO ENTREPRENEURIAL MOBILIZATION
View the documentNORAD's impact on state formation in Tanzania
View the documentTanzanian and Norwegian administrative cultures
View the documentNORAD's mobilization capacity
View the documentAid as development of culture-specific professional administration
close this folderSUMMARY IN NORWEGIAN
close this folderNORADS BIDRAG TIL ENTREPREN├śRMOBILISERING I TANZANIANSK STATSFORVALTNING
View the documentProblemstilling
View the documentMetoder
View the documentBegrepsapparat
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View the documentNORADs kjerneteknologi
View the documentKonklusjon
View the documentAppendix 1: NORAD's Organization
View the documentAppendix 2: The questionnaire
View the documentAppendix 3: The respondents
close this folderAppendix 4: Reform ideas on the NORAD - government relationship
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View the documentWhat kind of reforms were suggested?
View the documentCompetence
View the documentCosts to Tanzania
View the documentAppendix 5: Roads Administration System, 1987
View the documentAppendix 6: Expenditure at IDM
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