decentralization

[ US /dɪˌsɛntɹəɫɪˈzeɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the social process in which population and industry moves from urban centers to outlying districts
  2. the spread of power away from the center to local branches or governments
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How To Use decentralization In A Sentence

  • Prescriptions have included decentralization, electoral reform and more radical economic policies.
  • Because of this decentralization of services and businesses, few convenient residential areas exist for those who lack transportation.
  • Quite as many examples could be cited in which cutting-off and the decentralization of composition was avoided.
  • The bureaucrats and political executive at the state level, have a vested interest to centralise powers and authority and their hostility to evolve a genuine system of democratic decentralisation is well known.
  • For this, a decentralisation of the initiative is necessary, or in other words, an affirmed self-organisation of the struggle. Anarchist news dot org - Comments
  • Chris, you don’t seem arrogant and decentralisation is your watchword, so I guess I’ll give the benefit of the doubt. A conversation with Ville Vesterinen about standards and the open social web | FactoryCity
  • The urban space structure of Chongqing is an entia of the centralization and decentralization during the process of its development.
  • People's priorities thus remain largely unarticulated in the absence of a decentralization process.
  • It was another aspect of the Government's decentralisation programme that was working for the betterment of local areas.
  • The very diffuseness and decentralization of popular constitutionalism left room for these advocates of judicial supremacy to continue to nurse their claim.
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