O Uso da Accountability Theory em Pesquisas sobre Transparência Governamental: Abordagens e Perspectivas Outros Idiomas

ID:
49992
Resumo:
No desenvolvimento de uma cultura de transparência, responsabilização e qualidade do gasto público, a responsabilização almejada pode ser alcançada pelos componentes e mecanismos da Accountability Theory (AT), que abrange processos no qual os indivíduos têm a obrigação potencial de explicar suas ações a outros indivíduos, os quais têm o direito de julgar as ações e administrar consequências positivas ou negativas em resposta a essas ações. Por intermédio de uma revisão sistemática da literatura, a presente pesquisa identificou abordagens e estratégias de pesquisa sobre AT. Dentre os usos da AT, destacou-se o reiterado uso de mecanismos de prestação de contas e responsabilização na avaliação de desempenho de funcionários, públicos ou privados, e a relação do uso eficaz desses mecanismos à melhoria do desempenho. As expectativas de responsabilização tornam os funcionários mais dispostos a assumir e apoiar ações orientadas para a conformidade, quando visa à prevenção, detecção e punição de violações de leis e regras. Os resultados demonstraram uma potencial área de pesquisa empírica sobre o uso da AT, abrangendo a transparência e o combate à corrupção, pois a prestação de contas, e a posterior responsabilização dos agentes públicos envolvidos, são inerentes à legislação sobre controle dos gastos e ações governamentais.
Citação ABNT:
KLEIN, R. H.; KLEIN, D. C. B.; LUCIANO, E. M. O Uso da Accountability Theory em Pesquisas sobre Transparência Governamental: Abordagens e Perspectivas. Revista de Administração, Sociedade e Inovação, v. 4, n. 2, p. 204-224, 2018.
Citação APA:
Klein, R. H., Klein, D. C. B., & Luciano, E. M. (2018). O Uso da Accountability Theory em Pesquisas sobre Transparência Governamental: Abordagens e Perspectivas. Revista de Administração, Sociedade e Inovação, 4(2), 204-224.
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.20401/rasi.4.2.221
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/49992/o-uso-da-accountability-theory-em-pesquisas-sobre-transparencia-governamental--abordagens-e-perspectivas/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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