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Узроци умањења институционалних капацитета Републике Србије
Causes of Impairment of Institutional Capacity in Republic of Serbia

Author(s): Vladan P. Stanković
Subject(s): Public Administration, Government/Political systems, Management and complex organizations, Transformation Period (1990 - 2010), Present Times (2010 - today)
Published by: Институт за политичке студије
Keywords: institutional capacity; democracy; politics; efficiency; development;

Summary/Abstract: Based on the above mentioned findings we can give the following conclusions. Partiocratic system of government weak institutional capacity: removing decisions made in the sphere of political democracy in the narrow circles of the party oligarchy, de- professionalization of important decisions, human party resources policy... Failure to comply with the rules of public competition leads to arbitrariness in personnel policy and long- term impact on the reduction of efficiency and leads to the collapse of authority and institutions in the local government. Corruption has a direct impact on weakening the institutional capacity to distort the rules. The lack of specification jobs also affects significantly reduce the efficiency of the institutions, in the matter where one person performs one or more job operations for which there are not professional, and if so, then it often happens that performance is parallel and disharmonial over these matters, and the effectiveness of such a person is not proper for the revenue collected. And unreasonable spending budget funds, whether purposeful or misuse may undermine institutional capacity and the efficient operation of state bodies, bodies of local self-government, because does not locates the ratio of invested funds and effects of the work of these institutions expect. Finally, the privatization of the public sphere of interest undermining the public interest and character over private institutions by introducing elements of private interests in the public field, whether it will be about: deregulation, de- professionalization, the collapse of the authority of institutions, the introduction of parallel- institutions in the public sphere and the private legitimization of legislative practice.

  • Issue Year: 2013
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 79-92
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Serbian