Autonomy And Decentralization - Current Priorities In The Local Public Administration Management
Autonomy and decentralization - current directions in the local public administration management - which this study is built around, have generated extensive discussion and controversy, especially in the current administrative context. Enhancing local autonomy through the transfer of new skills in the process of decentralization has become more and more important, especially now when local administration is subject to genuine reform and restructuration. Moreover, building an efficient administration which would respond to the needs of communities is only possible under a decentralized management, which would ensure recognition of autonomy in administrative-territorial units.
Volume (Year): 11 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2(14) (December)
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