Effective governance in public authorities: control over decision-making in Ukraine and OECD countries.
Palabras clave:Control, Monitoring, State Power, Administrative Decisions, Bureaucracy and Official Competences.
ResumenThe article reveals the issues of improving the efficiency of management decisions made by the authorities through the usage of monitoring and control. Today it is difficult to argue with the statement that these tools of analytical observation and evaluation affect both the social background of society and the effectiveness of public administration. The purpose of the study is to determine the methodological features of monitoring and state and public control, similar features and specifics of each approach.
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