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dc.contributor.advisor Barsoum, Ghada
dc.creator Nahla, Mahmoud 12/18/2011 2012-01-10T16:49:40Z 2012-01-10T16:49:40Z 2012-01-10T16:49:40Z
dc.description The governors is one of the main components of the local administration system in Egypt. According to in depth-interviews conducted by the researcher in El-Dakahlia, there is a gap between the actual role of the governors and the role they should play. In addition, there are many problems related to the governor's characteristics, functions and responsibilities and the way the people perceiving and evaluating them. Moreover, the study presents the main problems face the local citizens within El-Dakahlia and the governor's responsibility about them and their role in solving these problems. In addition, the study highlights the various suggested recommendations to fill the gap according to the interviews and literature mentioned by the researcher. en
dc.format.medium papers (document genres) en
dc.language.iso en
dc.rights Author retains all rights with regard to copyright. en
dc.subject El-Dakahlia governorate en
dc.subject.classification Other publications en
dc.title The governor and the gap between reality and expectations: a case study of El-Dakahlia governorate en
dc.type Text en
dc.contributor.sponsor American University in Cairo. Dept. of Public Policy and Administration
dc.subject.course PPAD 508 en
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