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Delivering Local Development Review to Assess the Efficiency of the Regional Development Agencies Integrated Network of the Slovak Republic

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  • Debra Mountford

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  • Greg Clark
  • Peter Dupej
  • Mateu Hernández
  • Joe Huxley

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This project aims to support the Slovak Republic as it seeks to create a clear rationale for the Regional Development Agencies Integrated Network which currently comprises 38 agencies. The project considers the efficiency of the network and evaluates the appropriateness of the agencies’ functions, competencies and remit for delivery of effective local economic development. The project is part of series of reforms which have been taking place in the Slovak Republic to realise the aims and objectives of The Act No. 539/2008 coll. on regional development (539 Act) on the Support of Regional Development which provides the a general framework for regional development policy and delivery in accordance with the 2004 Ministerial Guidelines on PHSR – Economic and Social Development Programme of Higher Territorial Unit.

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  • Debra Mountford & Greg Clark & Peter Dupej & Mateu Hernández & Joe Huxley, 2012. "Delivering Local Development Review to Assess the Efficiency of the Regional Development Agencies Integrated Network of the Slovak Republic," OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Working Papers 2012/16, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:cfeaaa:2012/16-en
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