Bureaucratic problems, Microeconomics

BUREAUCRATIC PROBLEMS:

Bureaucratic problems encountered as hurdles in the implementation of economic policies are listed below:

• Low levels of efficiency, effectiveness, accountability, transparency and dynamism.

• Culture of secrecy in public service.

• High degree of centralised decision-making.

• Weak instruments of control and accountability.

• Low level of compensation.

• Over-sized organisations and over-staffing.

• Inefficient public employment system; inter-cadre rivalry; lack of favourable conditions for women; lack of linkage between rewards and performance.

• Mounting corrupt practices by public officials caused by the poor remuneration of public officials and their concomitant low self-motivation.

• Weak enforcement of laws and regulations.

• Wastages in public offices caused by unscientific management of human resources and wasteful management of public properties.

• Politicisation of service delivery systems.

• The supremacy of the executive.

 

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