bureaucratism


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The practices of formalities for formalities' sake and bureaucratism hamper the effective advancement of poverty reduction, he said, stressing a firm hand in rectifying malpractices in poverty relief.
Zinov'ev and Kamenev disagreed with Bukharin and Stalin about economic policy, bureaucratism, the doctrine of Socialism in One Country, and the need to choose between economic development and class struggle.
South Korea's liberal government laid out a long-term cultural policy vision based on autonomy, diversity and creativity on Wednesday in a mode meant to differentiate the policy from that of predecessors it accuses of rightist bias and staid bureaucratism.
In Bureaucracy (1944), von Mises wrote, "Although the evolution of bureaucratism has been very rapid in these last years, America is still, compared with the rest of the world, only superficially afflicted.
He declared at a special political conference attended by representatives of the VWP, government, front groups, mass organizations, religious groups, business people, and educational and cultural bodies in Hanoi on 27 March 1964: "We are elated by the great achievements we have recorded," but he added a caveat: "The sense of responsibility is not yet very high, the products are not yet of very good quality, bureaucratism, waste and corruption are still rife." (76)
(13.) Texts that touch upon corruption include key words and phrases such as "corruption," "building a clean government," "investigation of major cases," "against bureaucratism," and "against waste and extravagance."
In the neoliberal era, the key political question was how to construct a new world beyond the disappointments of the planned state economy, and the bureaucratism of the Fordist era; how to construct a world in which the creative energies of society, and the spirit of initiative of individuals, could be given free rein.
* Workers' control at all levels in the state-owned enterprises, institutions and other entities of the state to fight bureaucratism and corruption.
Among other things, the most severe problems concerned by the Party and people are the four forms of decadence: formalism, bureaucratism, hedonism, and extravagance.
"It criticized mainly the practices of seeking privileges, misuse of authority, abuse of power and bureaucratism manifested in the party," North Korea's official KCNA news agency reported.
Many of the proponents of Trotsky's admission to the United Kingdom were patently not receptive to his ideas, leaving his followers to chart a narrow course between British socialism's residual liberalism and the unpromising bureaucratism of Fabian intellectuals or stalinists.
For instance, the authors confessed to mistakes during the purges in 1969 and 1970, ([dagger]) ([dagger]) ([dagger]) ([dagger]) ([dagger]) ([dagger]) they criticised formalism, bureaucratism, and problems of the economy.