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Bureaucratic accountability in Bangladesh

Bureaucratic accountability in Bangladesh

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Published by Osder Publications in Dhaka .
Written in English


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StatementTaiabur Rahman.
The Physical Object
Pagination163 p.
Number of Pages163
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23188439M
LC Control Number2009341572

editors and by Gerald Caiden. The strength of this book lies in its individual chapters, rather than in integrating the diversity into a coherent "comparative perspective." However, anyone teaching comparative public administration should have this book on the required reading list, for it is a good source on accountability in developing countries. Bureaucracy and Local Politics in Bangladesh: A Study in Roles and Relationships [Ahmed, Nizam] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bureaucracy and Local Politics in Bangladesh: A Study in Roles and RelationshipsCited by: 1.

Bureaucratic accountability refers to the principle that bureaucratic employees should be answerable to supervisors, all the way up the chain of command. The bulk of the federal bureaucracy is. Bureaucracy. Max Weber, a German social scientist, analyzed the formation and administration of main features of this approach are as follows: 1. Division of Work: There is division of work on basis of specialization of jobs in bureaucratic employee performs his specialized work in a predictable manner.

Bangladesh Sociological Society From Room No. , Arts Faculty Building University of Dhaka, Ramna, Dhaka Phone: Email: [email protected] Views expressed in the articles are those of the authors and are purely academic in nature. accountability for its resources. Management book, and research studies published on this topic from through to Bangladesh SOEs found bureaucratic rule-bound controls were maintained but largely ignored because decisions were politicized (Uddin andCited by:


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An Overview of Bureaucratic Accountability and Efficiency in Bangladesh Course Graduate School of Public Administration (GSPA) Author Md. Mizanur Rahman (Author) Year Pages 25 Catalog Number V ISBN (eBook) ISBN (Book) File size KB Language English Tags. Bureaucratic Accountability. Let's face it; America's federal bureaucracy, the administrative organization that handles the day-to-day business of the government, is some estimates, it.

This study would like to examine the Bureaucratic System in Bangladesh. It aims to look at the 21st—century political situations in the light of Bureaucracy. It makes us conscious of the. Thus, accountability is often seen as “transparency” of information.

This study follows the concept of accountability as managing and meeting public and other expectations for performance and for bureaucratic, legal, professional, and political responsiveness (Kearns ; Romzek and Dubnick ).

In a developing country with a colonial past, bureaucracy plays a disproportionately prominent role in policy-making and enjoys a large range of discretionary powers. Due to political instability. This is a valuable book for a number of reasons. First, it explores issues of bureaucratic accountability in a comparative context over the course of a fairly ex-tended period of time.

It is a methodologically sophis-ticated effort utilizing survey Bureaucratic accountability in Bangladesh book, field observation with structured instruments such as the "Demand.

Ahmed Shafiqul Huque, (),"Accountability and governance: strengthening extra-bureaucratic mechanisms in Bangladesh", International Journal of Productivity Author: Ahmed Shafiqul Huque.

Paul Light talked about his new report, 'Creating High Performance Government,' which looks at accountability, efficiency, and productivity in government, as. Bureaucracy: Bureaucracy can be defined as a body of nonelective government officials or administrative policy-making group characterized by specialization of functions, adherence to fixed rules, hierarchy of authority, and impartiality.

Accountability as a bureaucratic minefield: lessons from a comparative study1. Abstract The large and growing literature on accountability highlights a variety of mechanisms by which bureaucrats may be held accountable as regards their role in the policy making process.

This paper looks at accountability mechanisms from the bureaucrats’File Size: KB. Accountability is one of the ineluctable factors which are indispensable for ensuring good governance. It is the best way to build the government's capacity. As Bangladesh moves onto middle-income status, ensuring accountability is inevitable and it is must for sustainable democracy as well.

Page Winter ] BUREAUCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY of sources: direct monitoring of a bureaucrat's activities, a bureaucrat's own report of bureaucratic activity, or the report of a knowledgeable third party. While each of these methods can provide a legislator with valuable information, all have serious drawbacks.

Bureaucratic response to administrative decentralisation. Dhaka: University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Morshed, M.

Mahbubur Rahman (Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman). Bureaucratic response to administrative decentralisation. Dhaka: University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M Mahbubur. In ethics and governance, accountability is answerability, blameworthiness, liability, and the expectation of account-giving.

As an aspect of governance, it has been central to discussions related to problems in the public sector, nonprofit and private and individual leadership roles, accountability is the acknowledgment and assumption of responsibility for actions, products.

The Media and Bureaucratic Accountability Alex Rudery September 5, ABSTRACT Arguments relating presidential control over agencies to political accountability are widespread, but little work examines the how the media enable accountability by attributing responsibil-ity for bureaucratic policymaking to the president.

--Growth and development of bureaucracy in Bangladesh: an overview --Role of judiciary in establishing good governance through ensuring legal accountability of government officials in Bangladesh --Judicial actions and bureaucratic accountability in Bangladesh: a synthesis --Epilogue.

One of the best ways I’ve found to help people win is to establish an accountability-based culture focused on producing results, not activities. Here is the seven-step formula you can use to create accountability and achieve extraordinary results in any organization: S T E P 1: Establish the organization’s top three objectives.

This means. Empirical data and experiences of the author have been analyzed to evaluate social accountability in Bangladesh. The major findings of this study are- social accountability is a very effective opportunity to engage citizens in the participatory governance process and it Author: Awal Hossain Mollah.

Social Work Authority and Accountability Every social worker is accountable for their actions. A report published by LGA on behalf of the social work reform partners set out clear guidelines that apply to all employers of social workers. Bureaucratic culture in Bangladesh Bureaucratic culture refers how bureaucracy works in a country.

Bureaucratic capacity and the quality of government. Public management in developing countries: Towards a new synthesis. Parliament and public legislation in Bangladesh.

Part Three: Cases of Public Policy. Agenda shaping and accountability in public policies: An analysis of. _____ refers to the phenomenon of members of interest groups, congressional committees, and bureaucratic agencies cooperating for mutual benefit.

TRUE Because bureaucracies are so rule-based, they make decisions with accountability and fairness, but also with a lot of red tape.Ensuring accountability and transparency of local level finance are critical elements for ensuring people’s participation in local development. Accountability is a relationship between an actor and a forum, in which the actor has an obligation to explain and to justify his or her conduct, theCited by: 1.Administrative Reforms in Bangladesh.

Mohammad Mohabbat Khan. South Asian Publishers, - Bangladesh - pages. 1 Review. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.

Common terms and phrases. accountability administrative culture administrative system appointed ASRC Awami League Bangla Bangladesh Civil Service 5/5(1).