Effectiveness auditing in Sweden has been evolved in response to the growing demands for effectiveness in public administration and to cope with difficulties of evaluation. Apart from the preventive effect of the very existence of effectiveness auditing, its aim is achieved in two ways: by stimulating the agencies themselves to improve their own effectiveness; and by keeping Parliament and government informed of the results of examination.
KeywordsSocial Adjustment Central Administration Development Cooperation Goal Analysis Budget Proposal
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