Evaluation, A Challenge for Successful Management, Performance and Motivation of the Public Administration Empirical Analysis in Front of Theory-Cal Analysis

Authors

  • Zamira Sinaj
  • Alba Robert Dumi

Abstract

This study examines the legal framework for municipal governance and analyses whether, in practice, the relationships follow the pattern as intended in the law. But, today there is growing recognition of the important role that community-based organizations (CBOs) can play in supporting young people’s postsecondary aspirations and success Business takes place worldwide, in a huge diversity of societies and between widely varying organizations. Actually, the business environment has become more complex, with expanding and deepening ties between societies and between the many organizations within those societies. Moreover, many large organizations now see themselves as truly global in scope, not rooted in any one society. This study empirically examines the impact of debt management policies on borrowing costs incurred by state governments when issuing debt in the municipal bond market and it is in focus of public administration reforms. Many activities in Albania required cumbersome licensing procedures and permits. In 2007, the GOA approved the Action Plan for Regulatory Reform which provided for a full review of Albania’s entire legal licensing system to harmonize the licensing legislation to EU standards and reduce administrative barriers for businesses operating in Albania. As a result, many licenses were removed while a broad simplification of licensing procedures has been completed in many sectors including, mining, hydrocarbons, public works, health, agriculture and the environment. By October 2008, 64 out of 151 licenses identified in 18 sectors of the economy were removed and another 21 licenses were changed into self-declaration. Work is in progress to identify other licenses that could be removed. For the remaining licenses the government plans to start a "One-Stop-Shop" for licensing within the first quarter of 2009. However, licensing and post-registration processes require further simplification and the removal of licenses needs to be accompanied by a strengthening of the supervision capacities of public agencies.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n1p261

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Published

2015-01-07

How to Cite

Sinaj, Z., & Dumi, A. R. (2015). Evaluation, A Challenge for Successful Management, Performance and Motivation of the Public Administration Empirical Analysis in Front of Theory-Cal Analysis. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(1), 261. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/5461

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