Euthenics, Democracy, Accountability
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Euthenics, Democracy, Accountability


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Networking and accountability create a popular dilemma. While networking is becoming a common feature of governments and administrations routine, who will be held accountable for everything that happens as a result of networking is the major question. More often than not, professionals and writers in the field of networking and accountability choose to evaluate one particular aspect of the discussed dilemma. As a result, one article can never help understand the scope of difficulties and complexities underlying accountability systems in networking governments and administrations.

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