Paul Collier is professor of Economics and director of the center for the study of African economies of Oxford University and the author of The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest countries Are Failing and What Can Be Done About It.
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self-governing bodies and deconcentration of resources from capital area to rural areas. Also decentralization means essentially transferring of political power from the central government to region in a country and localization of central power from the hierarchical perspective of government system. So it implies power division in a government system, not a mere deconcentration of function.
difference is a difference of traditions more than a difference of subjects. Different authors have called themselves "philosopher of language" or "semiotician". This difference does not match the separation between analytic and continental philosophy. On a closer look, there may be found some differences regarding subjects. Philosophy of language pays more attention to natural languages or t