Application of Small Area Estimation of SME in Albania for Survey Research Method of Analyse
AbstractChallenges in identifying the appropriate electoral system and institutional arrangements to achieve inclusiveness require developing an adequate knowledge of the local electorate and identifying a combination of electoral system and affirmative action which best suits the structural as well as institutional context. The capacity of public administration was weak; the system, stemming from a party focused environment, was highly politicized. Corruption was pervasive in every facet of the public sector. Citizens feared public administration and did not trust it to provide even the most basic services in a fair or impartial way. It highlighted the problems of Albania's economic governance capacity and, from an administrative standpoint, reaffirmed and highlighted the inefficacy of a public administration, unable to enforce its laws and regulations. As the public's confidence in Albanian institutions had been significantly eroded by the recent events, restoring the public's trust in the government became the main priority of the government. In this paper research we are trying to analyze empirically: 1) the impact of Application of Small Area Estimation of SME in Albania, 2) reforming in Albanian public administration, like Balkan countries. Based on positive political theory and the benefit principle of taxation, we are present new math models of ASEA survey and the concrete results of ASEA.
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