Definition: A bureaucracy is a form of organization in which officeholders have defined positions and (usually) titles. Formal rules specify the duties of the officeholders. Personalistic distinctions are usually discouraged by the rules.
Terms related to Bureaucracy:
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- Why Do Government Budget Deficits Grow During Recessions?
- Laissez-faire Versus Government Intervention
Books on Bureaucracy:
- Bureaucracy and Public Economics
- Restructuring the Soviet Economic Bureaucracy
- Economics, Bureaucracy, and Race