|Statement||Pak Kimchoeun ... [et al.].|
|Series||Working paper -- 34, Working paper (Vidyāsthān Paṇṭuḥ Paṇṭāl niṅ Srāvjrāv ṭoempī Qabhivaḍḍhn ̊Kambujā) -- no. 34.|
|Contributions||Horng, Vuthy, Vidyāsthān Paṇṭuḥ Paṇṭāl niṅ Srāvjrāv ṭoempī Qabhivaḍḍhn ̊Kambujā|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 80 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2009331378|
AbstractIn this article, we analyse the social accountability (SA) mechanisms that have recently been established in Cambodia. These initiatives take place in a socio-political context marked by pervasive neo-patrimonial structures. Our focus is on the “strategies” implemented by state actors, CSOs and ordinary citizens (mediated by neo-patrimonial structures) – strategies that Cited by: 1. reforms to be better geared toward addressing the real issues: neo-patrimonialism, funds and human capacity. Overall Conclusions Achieving accountability in Cambodia is complex and requires understanding of its key dimensions of its sub-national features. Effective engagement to . The Peacebuilding Puzzle explains the disconnect between the formal institutional engineering undertaken by international interventions, and the governance outcomes that emerge in their aftermath. “ Neo-Patrimonialism, and Genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, – New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Kiernan, by: 4. and Neo-Patrimonialism in Cambodia: a Critical Literature Review (Phnom Penh: CDRI, ); Accountability and Human Resource Management in Decen - tralised Cambodia (Phnom Penh: CDRI, ); and Leadership in Local Politics of Cambodia: A Study of Leaders in Three Communes of Three Provinces (Phnom Penh: CDRI, ).
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He is currently finishing a book manuscript Cambodia ’s Hybrid Democracy: Neo-Patrimonialism, the State and Society, and co-editing a book, Economic Reform and Transformation in Cambodia (Nordic Institute for Asian Studies, in press). He is also serving as . Abstract. Since the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in , Cambodia has been largely ruled by the incumbent Cambodian People’s Party (CPP). As one of the Asia’s longest-ruling leaders, the Cambodian Premier Hun Sen has long been regarded as the ‘Strongman of Cambodia’—an almost almighty sovereign whose unthreatened rule has been secured by his reputation as a guarantor of Cited by: 2. Planning, Accountability and Neo-Patrimonialism Chapter 2 Conceptual Framework and Review of Literature: Planning, Accountability and Neo-Patrimonialism W hether done at national, sectoral, local or project level, planning is always a process of trying to impose rationales, choices and predictability on resource allocation, events, people and. Book Description. Scholars and students of African politics address some of the thorniest issues of our time. Indeed, over the last thirty years or so, the subdiscipline has expanded in scope and ambition, and leads the way in major fields of research, such as the study of ethnicity and identity politics.