Public Administration as a Form of Realization of Public Authority
The purpose of the article is to determine the content and features of public administration as one of the forms of realization of public authority. The subject of the research is social relations that arise, develop and terminate during public administration as one of the forms of realization of public authority.
The following methods of scientific cognition were used during the writing of the article: dialectical, formal-legal and analytical.
The article is devoted to the definition and analysis of the features of public administration as a form of realization of public authority. The level of impact of effective administration by spheres of public life on quality of functioning of the country as a whole is established during the research. The analysis of historical stages of development of the field of public administration is carried out. A well-known thesis in the scientific community that public administration should be defined as an integral part of both political science and management (management science) is analyzed in great detail. The importance to study the key issues related to public administration was emphasized. A comparative analysis of existing systems of public administration as a basis for the functioning of state power and local self-government is carried out. According to the results of the research, the important factors that impact the effectiveness of public administration are identified in the conclusions. The need to take into account the European experience of public administration and administration of State authority was also emphasized.
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