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Volume :27 Issue : 4 1999      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Saudi Council of Ministers and Development

Auther : Saud M. al-Otaibi

This study discusses the role of the Saudi Council of Ministers in the development of Saudi Arabia through the study of the social background variables of its members. Results show that the members posses the qualifications, specialization, nationalization, and bureaucratization that are needed for planning and managing development. The results also show that 87% of the Council members have Ph. D. degrees, while 13% have masters degrees. In addition, 70% of members have political experience, 39% have occupational experience in the ministries they are appointed to, while 22% have experience in several ministries, and 43% do not have experience in their respective ministries. Finally, the implications of these qualifications on the planning and managing of development in Saudi Arabia are discussed.

Key words: Executive, Cheif Executive, Specialization, Nationalization, Bureaucratization, Conversion, Deductive approach, Inductive approach, Post industrial Society, Short Distance Movement.

 

 

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