The Effect of Favoritism on the Discretionary Power of Administration in Selecting and Appointing Public Servants: A Case Study of Jordanian Government Administration
The researcher recommends that favoritism as a phenomenon should be further investigated s and that its user, reason, directions and effects be researched as well .The researcher also recommends that legislation governing public office be regulated in a manner that would control the use of discretionary power by the administration and that on independent apparatus be established to oversee that this phenomenon is eradicated by law.
Key words: Favoritism; Discretionary power; Selection and appointment; Public servant; Jordanian governmental organizations
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