"Over the last few decades, several MENA countries experimented with some aspects of decentralisation, deconcentrating
, and devolution of authority from the central to the regional and school levels," explained the report.
'As chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy, I will fast-track the passage of the ERC Governance Act - a pivotal piece of energy legislation which seeks to accomplish the needed reforms by deconcentrating
power within the ERC and by compelling the body to be more open and transparent in its decision-making processes,' he said.
Based on urban populations and built-up areas, we now have more than 20 'metropolitan' areas, compared to just a handful in the 1970s when government adopted the strategy of deconcentrating
urban growth to regional centres.
A year later, in 1978, the General Accounting Office (GAO) reviewed whether HUD's administration of the Section 8 program was achieving the legislative objective of reducing isolation and deconcentrating
housing for low- income persons.
(39) Heeding calls from the Government to improve 'physical and financial access to good-quality health services,' (26) the MoH initiated a pilot process of deconcentrating
outpatient services from the divisional hospital in the Suva subdivision to six health centres located within its geographical boundaries, which serve a quarter of Fiji's population.
However, they do not reveal whether deconcentrating
poverty would lower crime overall or simply displace it.
13, 2009) for the purpose of "regulating audiovisual communications services throughout the nation and developing mechanisms aimed at promoting, deconcentrating
, and supporting media competition to democratize and universalize access to new information and communications technologies." All media groups in the country adhered to the provisions of the new law and today, two years later, the only holdout is Grupo Clarin, which has used various legal maneuvers to obtain successive delays to comply with the law.
Manuel Pastor of the University of Southern California cited research showing that metro areas doing better at deconcentrating
poverty, working at racial desegregation, are growing more rapidly and sustainably over time.
These bankruptcies led to the redistribution of existing capacity to more firms, resulting in an overall deconcentrating
effect on the industry," the FTC said in their report.
poverty, that's a good thing," said Nicole Jarmon, who served as the HANO director from 2005 until 2006 and now works with Providence Community Housing, the Catholic Charities affiliate that's redeveloping the Lafitte projects.
deprivation in some of the worst-affected areas usually means some degree of existing community dispersal, combined with action to attract those with higher incomes to live in the 'improved' neighbourhood.
Clearing the Way: Deconcentrating
the poor in urban America.