This paper examines the impacts of municipal adjustment strategies on territorial governance in Africa, with specific reference to Senegal, as the result of the action of the World Bank. The paper identifies the process through which the World Bank is reconfiguring the system of actors and changing the local institutional environment to embody its philosophy of governance modernization. The paper shows how the local actor is brought to contribute to the new focus on governance and the reshaping of local institutions, which together comprise a type of urban development that aligns with the tenets of globalization.
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|Publisher||Urban Studies Research|
|Author(s)||Mebometa Ndongo and Juan-Luis Klein|
|DOI||http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/301068 Review Article|