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Public services between the citizen need and administration potential

Grigorescu, Adriana;
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  • Published: 27 May 2010
Abstract
This paper aims at the balance between the citizen and the public authorities with public services as an interface. Public services place themselves at the crossroads of many elements such as: needs of the citizen, social need, public will, public resources, private availability, and civic sense. Without claiming to have identified all factors that converge to defining / structuring the SP / GIS, the paper tried to highlight some of the most important. The social need is covered at the macro level and it represents what society - as a whole - needs. Citizens' needs are more specific, individualized and custom-designed, rundown by gender, age, education, social c...
Subjects
free text keywords: public administration, public services, citizen need, economic potential, jel:H11, jel:H83

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