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The study of public administration is a combination of the study of efficiency versus accountability versus coordination.
How do the three elementsâ?"efficiency, accountability, and coordinationâ?"function in the regulation of administration?

How would the following statement support or contradict your view on efficiency, accountability, and coordination: "If public administration revolves around the balance of power and accountability, does regulation define how public administrators balance individual freedom and government control"?

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Efficiency, accountability, and coordination function in the regulation of administration, due to the fact that an efficient administration will get the results that are desired by policymakers, as well as the general public, in an expeditious and less costly fashion. In turn, this will contribute to the administration of functions being efficiently being maintained and supported by the general public. However, an inefficient administrative body will be eventually replaced. Accountability ...

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