A Closed Operating Mechanism for the Accountability System of Administrative Decision-making Errors
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- Administrative decision-making; Decision-making error; Accountability system; Closed operating mechanism
The accountability of administrative decision-making errors is mostly in the state of "lack of system" or "lack of dynamic" in reality. This results in more decision-making errors. Normalized decision-making management is an effective way to reduce the administrative decision-making errors. This article adopted closed system research method to establish a closed operating mechanism for the accountability system of administrative decision-making errors. We built the accountability system by these subsystems: the routine inspection subsystem of administrative decision-making errors, the investigating subsystem of the accountability, the executive subsystem of the accountability, the monitoring and feedback subsystem of the accountability. These subsystems form a closed operating loop together; each subsystem is relatively independent and responsible for each other. The closed operating mechanism for the accountability system of administrative decision-making errors will help to get rid of the phenomenon of supervision paradox in the administration, and it will certainly help to minimize the administrative decision-making errors.
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TY - CONF AU - Yaokui Li PY - 2018/08 DA - 2018/08 TI - A Closed Operating Mechanism for the Accountability System of Administrative Decision-making Errors BT - Proceedings of the 2018 2nd International Conference on Education Science and Economic Management (ICESEM 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 1104 EP - 1107 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icesem-18.2018.258 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icesem-18.2018.258 ID - Li2018/08 ER -