AZƏRBAYCAN MİLLİ ELMLƏR AKADEMİYASI
TƏMSİLÇİ DEMOKRATİYADAN BİRBAŞA DEMOKRATİYAYA, ORADAN DA MERİTOKRATİYAYA: CƏMİYYƏTİN İDARƏ OLUNMASINA KONSEPTUAL BAXIŞLAR (azərb.)
Əliquliyev Rasim M., Yusifov Fərhad F.

Məqalədə dövlət idarəçiliyinin transformasiyası və elektron demokratiyanın formalaşdırılmasına dair baxışlar tədqiq olunur. Təmsilçi demokratiyadan birbaşa demokratiyaya keçid prosesi təhlil edilir və meritokratiyaya dövlətin idarə olunması mexanizmlərindən biri kimi baxılır. Cəmiyyətin idarə olunmasına dair konseptual yanaşmalar və elektron demokratiya mexanizmlərinin inkişaf etdirilməsi istiqamətində perspektivlər müəyyənləşdirilir. (səh. 41-49)

Açar sözlər:dövlət idarəçiliyi, elektron dövlət, elektron demokratiya, birbaşa demokratiya, meritokratiya.
DOI : 10.25045/jpis.v06.i2.05
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