Stakeholder Debate in Policy Implementation: An Evaluation of Bangladesh Leather Processing Industry Relocation Policy

Bangladesh E-Journal of Sociology, 13(1), 126-137, 2016

12 Pages Posted: 1 May 2016

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Shahadat Shakil

USAID/Bangladesh

S.M. Labib

University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development

Md. Khan

Khulna University of Engineering and Technology

Date Written: January 31, 2016

Abstract

This paper focuses on stakeholder debate and conflict during policy implementation. In doing so it analyzed the reason behind the implementation snag of Bangladesh leather processing industry relocation policy, which is extreme stakeholder negotiation. Relevant stakeholders have been identified and their influence over the policy measure has been formulated. Underlying interactions among the stakeholders has been conceptually depicted to retrieve an image of the extreme stakeholder dispute behind this policy failure. Finally, based on the empirical evidence this policy measure has been evaluated in light of the effective participation of the concerned stakeholders.

Keywords: Stakeholder Conflict, Policy Implementation, Tannery Relocation, Leather Processing Industry, Urbanization, Dhaka

Suggested Citation

Shakil, Shahadat and Labib, S.M. and Khan, Md., Stakeholder Debate in Policy Implementation: An Evaluation of Bangladesh Leather Processing Industry Relocation Policy (January 31, 2016). Bangladesh E-Journal of Sociology, 13(1), 126-137, 2016, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2612306

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S.M. Labib

University of Manchester - School of Environment and Development ( email )

Manchester
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Md. Khan

Khulna University of Engineering and Technology ( email )

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