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The article provides an insight into the concepts of innovativeness in public sector of Slovakia by empirical research conducted in the residential homes for elderly. This case study sets out to map the development of an innovation within the context of the Slovak social service sector. In this example, the innovation in question is quality standards in the provision of the social services. The case study tracks the origins of quality standards and examines the 'critical events' in its development to the current state. Issues such as the pressures, drivers and rationale for its introduction, the barriers to its diffusion and uptake and the facilitating factors are also considered. The case study is not intended to be evaluative or judgemental of the services and quality standards themselves.
The article refers to the concepts specifying corruption from the domain of political science. It follows the occurrence of the phenomenon in relation to misuse of power for personal profit and provides an overview of theses formulated by political science authors on corruption and misuse of power (e.g. Rose-Ackerman, Warren, Johnston, Klitgaard) in relation to public administration and policy making. The examples and documentation of Slovak experience is provided, particularly in the field of the politico-administrative relations and from the exercise of discretionary power of the street level bureaucracy. Corrupted behaviour usually arises in the environment of public power misuse, where institutional and legal framework does not provide sufficient opportunity for the expression of plurality of the opinions which consequently is reflected in the unequal participatory access of various economic and political elite as well as interest groups.
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