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Title: State capture, corruzione, accountability nelle amministrazioni pubbliche: una lettura basata sugli approcci economico-aziendali e di public management
Authors: Meneguzzo, Marco
Esposito, Paolo
Keywords: state capture
Issue Date: 21-Aug-2010
Abstract: The main purpose of this research is to test an innovative reporting and organizational model in local Italian Public Administration governance or lines guide (Borgonovi, 2002; Meneguzzo, 2006) in order to monitor and prevent, control and account the occurrences of corruption, deformation and capture of the Regulatory State (Rawls, 1971; Mintzberg, 1996; Bresser Perreira, 1999; Scott, 2000; Moran, 2002; Schick, 2003). Today, the public administrations have a particular government system that is beyond the effective application of law, and they are also accountable just to people predominating through the use of corruption and bribery (Klitgaard, 1988; World Bank, 1997; Broadman H. G., Recanatini F., 2001; OECD/PUMA, 2002), ruling out the citizen’s power. Consequently, the research aims to identify not chameleon-like political tools in order to improve political accountability and citizens’ participation, switching from a government system to a responsibility governance system (Cepiku,...
Description: 21. ciclo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/1429
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