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Clan Theory offers an alternative practice-oriented framework for evaluating socio-economic development management principles. African clan-based behavior analysis is used as a base for locational thinking in policy action and policy-making evaluation. With Uganda as the case analysis example, data from a host of other African country research is used also to reconsider using locally available organizational mentality in development plans and policy implementation. Of particular interest to students of African development studies and practitioners in African development planning and management.
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