Analiza razvojnih dokumenata Republike Hrvatske
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to analyze the contemporary production of development documents and how they relate to development management in the Republic of Croatia. Since the early nineties some 150 development documents were produced, but very few of them were implemented. Therefore, a framework for the analysis of development documents is established: required technical criterion for implementation which consists of four independent conditions. The goal is to show how many development documents that have been produced are actually suitable for implementation. Most of them are incomplete, lacking crucial parts such as sources of financing and cost estimates. However, there are noticeable improvements in development documents production. Change came about with the process of European integration which has influenced both the production of development documents and their implementation. Moreover, visible progress has been made since 2005 when the Government prescribed the standard methodology for the evaluation of financial/fiscal impact of development documents. Progress became even more evident with the Budget Act of 2008. Strategic planning became a method of connecting measures prescribed by development documents to the sources of financing in state budget. However, it is still too early to provide final assessment of the overall development management in Croatia.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by The Institute of Economics, Zagreb in its series Working Papers with number 1205.
Length: 37 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2012
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development documents; development management; strategic planning; Croatia;
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