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|Title:||Administrative Discretion in Participatory Processes|
|Citation:||Falanga, Roberto (2018). Administrative Discretion in Participatory Processes. In Ali Farazmund (ed.) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer|
|Abstract:||Administrative discretion in participatory processes refers to the degrees of power exerted by public officials at the margins of formal roles. As participatory processes in policymaking require public officials to intermediate between political representatives and social agents, administrative discretion is a key feature for the (re)configuration of public officials’ roles in public administration.|
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