This book explores a neglected dimension - the role of management interventions in development programs. It investigates two basic questions: what are the management and institutional interventions associated with successful development programs? what lessons can we learn from their experience?

chapter 1|14 pages


chapter 3|13 pages

The Philippine Rice Development Program

chapter 5|16 pages

The Indonesian Population Program

chapter 6|12 pages

The Public Health Program of China

chapter 7|11 pages

Mexico's Rural Education Program

chapter 9|36 pages

Strategies: Matching the Environments

chapter 10|28 pages

Structural Interventions

chapter 11|25 pages

Process Interventions

chapter 12|18 pages

Learning From Success