bureaucracy

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  • Info A bureaucracy is "a body of non-elective government officials" and/or "an administrative policy-making group". more...
  • The legal system is clear and business bureaucracy less than most countries.
  • They developed a strong central government, bureaucracies, and grew their military power.
  • The foreign bureaucracy did not like this and they started creating problems for him.
  • He is well known in the field of public administration for his classic book about street-level bureaucracy.
  • He is well known in the field of public administration for his classic book about street-level bureaucracy.
  • He believed that bureaucracy was the only way for administration to work.
  • This won him widespread popular support but made him many enemies in the bureaucracy.
  • After working his way through the bureaucracy he finds he has been unceremoniously fired.
  • These would become the main bureaucracies for US policy in the Cold War.
  • This period is likely to have influenced his writing providing material for numerous attacks on bureaucracy.
  • Religious and secular officials might work side by side, each responsible to different bureaucracies.
  • Religion to me is a bureaucracy between man and God that I don't need.
  • They lack faith in modern technology and the bureaucracy attached to it.
  • First, government bureaucracies became more professionalized and thus collected much more data about their citizens.
  • In general, the larger the bureaucracy, the more power required for government discipline.
  • Military forces were formed for protection, and government bureaucracies for administration.
  • He saw bureaucracies as organizations driven towards certain goals, which they could carry out efficiently.
  • The new modern and expanded state bureaucracy of Iran was another source of support.
  • His self-taught nature, however, meant that he was largely hostile to bureaucracy and politics.
  • The idea eventually rose through the military bureaucracy and gained supporters.
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Synonyms of bureaucracy

Meaning of bureaucracy

  • noun Nonelective government officials
  • noun A government that is administered primarily by bureaus that are staffed with nonelective officials
  • noun Any organization in which action is obstructed by insistence on unnecessary procedures and red tape