The co-evolution of development needs and IOR forms: development by committee in Bosnia
International Public Management Journal
This work highlights opportunities and obstacles to success in four task forces typically found at different times in states of conflict, transition, and development. They include: refugee return, media issues, privatization of state-owned enterprises, and efforts to promote business development. Based on over 180 in-depth interviews and observations of dozens of meetings during five lengthy field research trips to the Bosnian region between 1999 and 2005, this manuscript analyzes how these four task forces differed in terms of context, strategy, organization, and management in an attempt to understand the co-evolution of international development needs and the interorganizational forms that address them.
Martin, Eric. "The co-evolution of development needs and IOR forms: development by committee in Bosnia." International Public Management Journal 10, no. 1 (2007) : 59-77.
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