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Bureaucracy and development in the Arab world

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Published by E.J. Brill in Leiden, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arab countries,
  • Arab countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Bureaucracy -- Arab countries,
    • Economic development -- Political aspects,
    • Arab countries -- Politics and government -- 1945-,
    • Arab countries -- Economic policy

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Joseph G. Jabbra.
      SeriesInternational studies in sociology and social anthropology,, v. 51
      ContributionsJabbra, Joseph G.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ1850.A5 B87 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination138 p. ;
      Number of Pages138
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2197613M
      ISBN 109004091947
      LC Control Number89017346

      The Report features full-color charts and boxed inserts that highlight special topics. All the officers are subject to the higher authority. This objective can be achieved if administration is politicised, that is, if politicians appoint party men to top posts. His ideal-typical bureaucracy, whether public or private, is characterized by: hierarchical organization formal lines of authority chain of command a fixed area of activity rigid division of labor regular and continuous execution of assigned tasks all decisions and powers specified and restricted by regulations officials with expert training in their fields career advancement dependent on technical qualifications qualifications evaluated by organizational rules, not individuals [10] [61] [62] Weber listed several preconditions for the emergence of bureaucracy, including an increase in the amount of space and population being administered, an increase in the complexity of the administrative tasks being carried out, and the existence of a monetary economy requiring a more efficient administrative system. Back al-Khalil, Yusif

      This method will blur the distinctions between politicians and administrators. Some people say that policy implementation is more important than policy making. In democracy, parties and pressure groups are also found to be very active. Changing Role of Bureaucracy: During the British regime ICS officers constituted the main part of Indian bureaucracy and they were mainly concerned with the maintenance of law and order. This system is largely found in Britain, India and other parliamentary systems.

      In a number of countries the system of ombudsman has been introduced though in different names. With the current of Arab oil revenues it is appropriate to review the experience of the Arab oil producers in social, economic and political development over the last decade. Politicisation of Bureaucracy: The differences between top political executives and top administrators crop up if both belong to different political ideologies. In almost all modern states this situation prevails.


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Accountability means answerability to some other person or body of persons or organisation or institution for the function or duty done. This does not imply that the combatants always acted neutrally with respect to the bureaucracy. In the meantime, Zain is slowly shutting down its 2G network and is planning to do likewise for 3G, repurposing the freed-up frequencies for 4G and 5G.

What is administration? Here the duty of the bureaucrats is to provide all facts and figures and the policy is formulated by the ministers and officials jointly.

Consequently, they do not have any sense of belonging in the long term. In a number of countries the system of ombudsman has been introduced though in different names.

Along with the funds, streamlining the administration is necessary; both investment and administration are equally responsible for development. A number of civil servants, including the Director-General of the Ministry of Finance, were assassinated.

If bureaucracy is not committed to the cause of development it would not be possible to reach the goal.

Bureaucracy

In short, efforts could be made on these occasions to promote the notion of an impending return to normalcy.

Includes bibliographical references p. It means the task of coordinating and implementing policy or decisions. In some cases the anti-government elements and forces sometimes become active and these pose a threat to the very stability and normal functioning of government.

By and large, the dynamics of the situation converged to promote traditional rather than formal bureaucratic values. Finally, the implementation of such an ambitious plan, even if the political and economic variables were favourable, would still depend on the existence of a public bureaucracy capable of coping with such a task.

It has been found that when development in all these spheres takes place we can call it development. While Weber shares some of Marx's consternation with bureaucratic systems and maligns them as being capable of advancing their own logic to the detriment of human freedom and autonomy, Weber views conflict as perpetual and inevitable and does not host the spirit of a materially available utopia.

To put that into perspective, fellow oil producers Iran and Norway have a renewable energy capacity of 12, MW and 34, MW, respectively. The definition given by Hague, Harrop and Breslin appears to be more relevant. From this conception arises a different model which is known as bureaucratic over supply model.

Why is bureaucracy completely indispensable? In a developing country like India, both development efforts and bureaucracy have functioned together for over six decades.

There are two major dimensions of Administrative Development are: The re-patterning of administrative structure The re-patterning of bureaucratic behaviour The structure is after all only a facility for human functioning behavioural changes in bureaucratic patterns are obviously more important for development, administration basically means a human man process, increasing effectiveness, mainly that of human resource of administration in terms of personnel of bureaucracy.

The Beirut Review, 2. General Awn and Lebanon's second republic'. It is to this multiplicity of roles that the rather puzzling title of her book refers. Bureaucracy is not only inevitable for the management of modern state but also it is the most rational choice.

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