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100 1 Jha, Saumitra.
245 10 Governance in the gullies|h[electronic resource] :
|bdemocratic responsiveness and leadership in Delhi's
slums /|cSaumitra Jha, Vijayendra Rao, Michael Woolcock.
260 [Washington, D.C. :|bWorld Bank,|c2005]
490 1 Policy research working paper ;|v3694
500 Title from PDF file as viewed on 8/25/2005.
504 Includes bibliographical references.
520 3 "The authors use detailed ethnographic evidence to design
and interpret a broad representative survey of 800
households in Delhi's slums, examining the processes by
which residents gain access to formal government and
develop their own informal modes of leadership. While
ethnically homogeneous slums transplant rural institutions
to the city, newer and ethnically diverse slums depend on
informal leaders who gain their authority through
political connections, education, and network
entrepreneurship. Education and political affiliation are
more important than seniority in determining a leader's
influence. Informal leaders are accessible to all slum
dwellers, but formal government figures are most accessed
by the wealthy and the well-connected. "--World Bank web
530 Also available in print.
650 0 Leadership|zIndia|zDelhi.
650 0 Slums|zIndia|zDelhi.
700 1 Rao, Vijayendra.
710 2 World Bank.
776 18 Print version:|iJha, Saumitra.|tGovernance in the gullies.
|d[Washington, D.C. : World Bank, 2005]
830 0 Policy research working papers ;|v3694.
830 0 World Bank e-Library.
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