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Journal:   POLITICS QUARTERLY: JOURNAL OF FACULTY OF LAW AND POLITICAL SCIENCE   WINTER 2012 , Volume 41 , Number 4; Page(s) 323 To 335.
 
Paper: 

ENHANCING THE EFFICIENCY OF LARGE-SCALE GOVERNMENT PLANS

 
 
Author(s):  VAHID MAJID*
 
* DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF TEHRAN
 
Abstract: 

From ancient times, governments have laid emphasis–albeit with varying degrees–on large-scale plans and their impact on society and have thus resorted to them. The Iranian government is of course no exception, both before and after the 1979 Revolution, the different administrations of the country maintained that employing large-scale plans was fruitful and applied them accordingly. Although neo-liberalism deterred governments from adopting such an approach for a period of time, the economic meltdown of the first decade of the new millennium prompted the active participation of governments in the domain of pubic policymaking and applying more or less large-scale plans. The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran has of course consistently pursued an advocacy for plans and it is currently implementing certain large-scale plans, among them the one for adjusting subsidies.
This paper seeks to focus on a system which highlights putting in place the pretexts for the feasibility of large-scale government plans. The researcher argues that to pave the grounds for the feasibility and efficiency of large-scale government plans, an approach of adherence to the possibility of changing public policymaking must be adopted alongside devising a transparent plan for progress and development and also a conceptualization of government which prioritizes its modesty in role, together with a system of policymaking founded upon the paradigm of governance.

 
Keyword(s): PUBLIC POLICYMAKING, LARGE-SCALE GOVERNMENT PLANS, EFFICIENCY, DEVELOPMENT, MODEST GOVERNMENT (MICHEL CROZIER' SETAT MODEST), GOVERNANCE
 
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