Local Development Initiative through Inter-Local Mutual Cooperation

Event: ADB-ADBI Forum on Governance and Institutions: Practical Lessons on Governance and Service Delivery for Subnational Governments

Local Development Initiative through Inter-Local Mutual Cooperation

09 August 2017
Author / Speaker: 
Jeong-Ho Kim, Korea Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management - Other materials by the author

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Mutual cooperation among localities can promote economy of scale and scope in service delivery, and efficiency in resource utilization, among its other perceived benefits. More specifically, a governance-based type of inter-local mutual cooperation that can be realized through communication, compromise, and conflict resolution is needed.

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