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(1) This process of centralization further weakens accountability.
(2) Nowhere in Britain has bureaucratic centralization proceeded with more pace than in Scotland.
(3) Bureaucratization and centralization were also tied to the growth of liberal democracy and socialism in intended and unintended ways.
(4) Centralization has little to do with overall size.
(5) The structure of the U.S. education system lacks centralization.
(6) By the theory of centralization, it would be very efficient.
(7) The process of centralization has involved governments in taking a major stake in investments which were previously foreign-owned.
(8) The centralization from above, and decentralization to markets and consumers below, has weakened local government.
(9) Centralization of authority within the parties was seen as the major obstacle to the implementation of their demands.
(10) The authors also found that dismantling centralization leads to far greater quality, productivity, and profitability.
(11) So if your system depends on such centralization, commitment is sure to be a casualty.
(12) Lobbying for government interest has meant the centralization of the process of decision-making in science in existing national policy-making institutions.
(13) Greater unity can be achieved without excessive centralization.
(14) Both reject papal centralization and papal authority as a means for discerning just government.
(15) There are some possible compromises, like centralization with selective local overriding, and Guide follows this approach.
(16) Worse yet, they provide lots of ambiguity and material for debate on the relative merits of centralization and decentralization.
(17) By contrast, Reza Shah ruled as a monarch, proving adept at centralization but not at delegation.
(18) For the Modular Course one response has been the centralization of liaison and decision-making in a single senior tutor.
(19) The above requirement for diversity can be matched by an equally strong requirement for centralization.
(20) The market-based economies and private ownership in Western democracies make an essential difference in the scope and application of the centralization concepts.
(21) Considering the views of those proven achievers helps drive an even greater wedge between centralization and decentralization as a guiding organizational principle.
(22) This seems to fit quite well with the detailed process of manoeuvring which characterized the early period of financial centralization.
(23) In most cases organizations that have flattened still suffer blind spots on what else centralization is doing to them.
(24) Just this: Worker commitment is inversely proportional to the degree of management centralization.
(25) In fact[Sentencedict], they became fervent converts to the idea that centralization was exactly the wrong way to go.
(26) The Conservative government of the 1980s has aroused profound anxiety by its policies of centralization and executive control.
(27) The US Urbanization with its two typical characteristics of centralization and decentralization has experienced the process of beginning, developing and maturing.
(28) Some effective measures must be adopted in practising financial management of centralization.
(29) This expropriation is accomplished by the action of the immanent laws of capitalistic production itself, by the centralization of capital.
(30) Moreover, most education systems are dynamic, with shifts in the balance between centralization and decentralization.
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