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‘Oversight Function’ in the Congress of the US

Brief Review of paper of McCubbins & Schwartz (1984)

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Congressional oversight refers to oversight by the Congress over the executive branch. It includes: review, monitoring and supervision of federal agencies, programs, activities and policy implementations. Contemporary literature on congressional oversight reveals that Congress neglects its oversight responsibility. It complains…

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