Mauro Jorge Ventura Almanza, Rossana Teresa Veramendi Vernazza

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.1426-1438

The objective of the research was to determine if there is an incidence of citizen participation in administration and quality of spending in the Regional Government of Ayacucho in the year 2021. A hypothetical-deductive methodology was acquired, a non-experimental design, a cross-sectional approach and a quantitative approach. The population of three hundred fifty-eight (358) employees named in the sample was chosen for convenience due to their homogeneous characteristics in the performance of their duties, fifty-one (51) servers, using a non-probabilistic sampling. The methodology used, the survey, the resource, the questionnaire consisted of twenty-one (21) questions. A pilot test was carried out on twenty selected servers to assess the validity and reliability of the instruments. Multivariate logistic regression was used for the general hypothesis, while for specific hypotheses it was achieved with the ordinal logistic regression statistic due to its characteristics. Consequently, it was discovered that the independent variable of citizen participation significantly affected 52.4% in administration and the quality of spending. In conclusion, citizen participation as an intervention is crucial, since it helps to make decisions, provides information, reduces institutionalized corruption, and is an engine for development. To good administration, efficient spending and citizen participation.

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