Povzbudivý růst ekonomiky regionů: cílená regulace versus tržní autoregulace?
[The Sustainable Growth of Regional Economies: Targeted Regulation vs. Market Auto-Regulation]
New approaches are being searched for to assess regional policy in connection with the specification of a new paradigm of regional development. The article pays attention to the assurance of a sustainable growth rate of economies in Czech regions. The methodological base of the solution is a thesis on the analogy between enterprises and regions as relatively open socio-economic systems with a function of the welfare maximisation. The data from 2002-2006 are analysed. The oscillation around the value "1" occurs with inter-annually in 10 regions from 14; the inter-annual oscillation is corrupted in 3 cases, when the trend continues in sequence, even though with other intensity. On the one hand, it is necessary consider all factors influencing regional policy tools; on the other hand it is also necessary to correctly consider the self-regulating elements effecting regions.
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Volume (Year): 2009 (2009)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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