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Problems of Instruments of Development of Local Self-Governance under Conditions of Ensuring Stabilisation of Economy

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  • Golovnya Olena M.

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The article considers sustainable social development of local society as a universal technology. Such a technology covers all levels of management, creates conditions for the market and allows consolidation of various social groups. Technology is developed and realised under specific conditions and specific features of economic, organisational and socio-political levels and structure of development of a municipal society. Today, unfortunately, insufficient attentions is paid to the issues of constructing a complex of technologies capable of ensuring dynamic economic development of an integrated system of municipal management. Moreover, one of the directions of the municipal policy should be creation of a system of employment of population and re-training of employees and formation of new working places. Associations of local self-governance bodies could play a significant importance in protection of interests of territorial societies. In order to solve the issue of attraction of the population to participation in local self-governance, it is necessary to establish a feedback between the society and its self-governance bodies - both elected by citizens and its executive structures.

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  • Golovnya Olena M., 2013. "Problems of Instruments of Development of Local Self-Governance under Conditions of Ensuring Stabilisation of Economy," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 11, pages 132-137.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:11:p:132_137
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