Selected Aspects of Grant Policies and their Impact on Institutional Development of Czech Sport and Physical Education. Trends
Publicly versus privately offered products (products and services) ratio has, for a long time, been an issue frequently discussed by economists. Another question usually arises simultaneously: what is the impact of this ratio on social efficiency of resources allocation and on social throughput and usefulness of placement publicly or privately offered products and services? Currently, opinions concerning these problems are polarised. In the Czech Republic, sport and physical education have a long tradition. However, standing between the private and public, this sphere has been undergoing major changes which have transformed not only the character of sport, but also the traditional conception of sport and physical education as such. One of the key issues having to be addressed is therefore the role of the State, regions and municipalities in the process of setting unified grant policies rules and the role of grant beneficiaries. Efficient and purposeful functioning of sport and physical education can be ensured only if clear grant policies are put in place.
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Volume (Year): 2008 (2008)
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