Society and Bureaucracy in Contemporary Ghana

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Society and Bureaucracy in Contemporary Ghana

By Robert M. Price
University of California Press, 1975
261 pp. $12.50
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In this perceptive analysis of the social roots of corruption in an African bureaucracy, the author takes a close look at the discordance between the performance requirements of the Ghanaian Civil Service and the traditional values which still largely determine the behavior of its incumbents.

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