The politics of administration dichotomy

The politics of administration dichotomy

In a democratic society, the politics of administration dichotomy is the theory that builds the boundaries in the public administration and accounts for the normative relationship between administrators and the elected officials. The Politics-administration dichotomy explains how administration and politics are inherently different and therefore should be approached differently. The administration is like a business and politics sets the responsibility of administration. On the other hand, Weberian bureaucracy is a bureaucratic theory formed by max weber to explain management principles. Max Weber believed that to set up an administration efficiently in an organization then one had to use bureaucracy. Bureaucracy is a set of rules and norms that govern an organization, enabling the administration to perform effectively. The application of Politics-Administration Dichotomy and the Weberian bureaucracy in Hong Kong had numerous features.

Politics-Administration dichotomy

Politics-administration dichotomy was to separate politics and public administration. In Hong Kong, you can only separate bureaucracy with democracy since bureaucratic leaders serve fo

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