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Masterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Politik - Sonstige Themen, Note: 1,3, Technische Hochschule Wildau, ehem. Technische Fachhochschule Wildau (Fachbereich Wirtschaft, Verwaltung und Recht), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: For several years an administrative reform has been accomplished in Berlin. Meanwhile different new instruments in the budgetary law were established. Elements of these new budget system are among other things the devolution of authority, the cost and activity accounting, budgeting, controlling and the contract management. The implementation of these new instruments in the budgetary law is supposed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of national administrative action. According to the idea of the 'Neues Steuerungsmodell' (NSM) the parliament no longer discusses individual appropriations but rather the overall direction and trends in government expenditure during the budget debate. By this retreat of the parliament the administration is to be equipped with larger organization and decision-free scope in the budget execution. In practice it is feared that the parliamentary budget right could be limited According to the constitutional law situation and after adjudication of the German Federal Constitutional Court the budget right of the parliament is in particular one of the substantial instruments of parliamentary government control. The question arises whether the implementation of new instruments in the budgetary law stands in conformity with the constitutional budget right of the parliament. The aim of this work is it to describe the basics of the previous and the new budget system, to explain the differences of the two systems and to show the effects on the parliamentary budget right. By presenting examples of two different German federal states possibilities are to be pointed out how the Berlin parliamentary budget right can be assured and enhanced.

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