Specific Issues of the Structure and Relations between Executive and Legislature at Local Level in Romania
Public management and civil servant's performance, productivity and quality of public service, flexibility and responsiveness to challenges of change in administration, autonomy and decentralising, the reduced costs of reform represent only a part of the characteristics and requirement of administration. Administration as structure is approached from organisational perspective.The principles of public administration are the following: local autonomy, decentralising civil services of local interest, electing local government authorities, legality, consulting the citizens on local problems of special interest
|Date of creation:||15 May 2002|
|Date of revision:||08 Sep 2009|
|Publication status:||Published in Executive and Legislature at Local Level: Structure and Interrelation in countries of south-east europe (2002): pp. 22-36|
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