Sprendimų priėmimo modeliai Lietuvos Respublikos vyriausybėse: vidinių veiksnių analizė
The decision-making process in governments is examined and the role of a number of factors which appear to account for the characteristics of this process is discussed. The object of this article is governments of Lithuania acting during 1990-2000. The analysis concentrates in particular on whether decisions tend to be taken collectively, partially collectively or hierarchically and on the extent to which the decision-making model tends to be monocratic, collective, ministerial or bureaucratic. The basic source of information was the interviews with ministers who have served in different cabinets. The unit of analysis was an individual cabinet. A cabinet was defined by three criteria: those of the same prime minister continuously in office, of the same party or parties in government, and of the same legislative period.
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