In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In short, both nations must sharply reduce their traditional bureaucratic power.
- Successful projects require enormous cooperation and creativity to incorporate nontraditional activities into a rigid bureaucratic system.
- There are two reasons for this: firstly, the process of medical decision making is now indistinguishable from other types of bureaucratic administration.
- What is needed is a genuinely long-term approach that gives Pakistan the time and guidance necessary to emerge as an enlightened continental bureaucratic state.
- Its Government reacted by cutting 40 years of bureaucratic control in seven hours.
- The State Department is actually something of a bureaucratic minnow.
- They are accustomed to consider democratic government as the best system of government and bureaucratic management as one of the great evils.
- But the world was to pay a price beyond imagining for the consolidation of bureaucratic misrule in the Soviet Union.
- The bureaucratic spirit pertains rather to stuffy Confucians, who foolishly imagine that the way to fulfill human potential is through service in officialdom.
- The sheer size of the project speaks volumes about the overly bureaucratic weight of Tokyo's government.
- The circulars created formidable bureaucratic regulations to collect the tariff, with those importing goods via railways facing particularly onerous requirements.
- In addition to control, Congress also emphasizes bureaucratic accountability.
- For that kind of money, we deserve bureaucrats who aren't very bureaucratic.
- The specialization of employee jobs cannot be as extensive as is possible in large and bureaucratic types of organizations.
- Social and bureaucratic structures display similar evolutionary patterns as well.
- Others have applied anthropology to community development, but outside the conventional bureaucratic channels of government agencies.
- By creating a legal and bureaucratic route to union representation and contract negotiations, the National Labor Relations Act largely obviated recognition strikes.
- A totally critical framework does not allow space for constructive struggle with and against varied bureaucratic factions.
- Faced with centrally organized and bureaucratic state apparatuses, dissident actors can adjust organizationally, moving towards more networked forms of organization.
- Surely, he cannot any longer be expected to bear the full brunt of our judicial and bureaucratic bungles.
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