overcentralize

overcentralize

(ˌəʊvəˈsɛntrəˌlaɪz) or

overcentralise

vb
to centralize excessivelyto centralize (administrative functions) excessively
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By describing the various combinations of hand wringing and conflicting guidance, Whittle also details how the lack of clear authorities bred complacency in some individuals and a tendency to overcentralize authority in others.
As Mark Lemley and I (and others such as Tim Wu) have argued, property rights can overcentralize decision making when compared with commons or semicommons regimes.
There may be a tendency to overcentralize operations, to overextend capabilities and, yes, to capitulate to overmechanization and underhumannization of tax administration.