Local self-government reforms as an ambivalent means for attaining efficiency:The case of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)

Academic Public Administration Studies

Local self-government reforms as an ambivalent means for attaining efficiency:The case of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)

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Title: Local self-government reforms as an ambivalent means for attaining efficiency:The case of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Author: Karkatsoulis, Panagiotis
Abstract: Local governance seems to be a promising tool for upgrading both concepts of Governance and Decentralization. It is supposed that certain weak points of previous, traditional models of decentralization have been identified and can be overcome. The managerial paradigm sees local self-government as resources, human potential and infrastructure facilities that should obey to certain economic rationales and restraints concerning local budgets. On the other hand, local Governance gives emphasis to the issue of public consultation and citizens’ participation in the decision making process. Through the examination of the FYROM local self-government reform case we are going to shed light on similarities and differences among the literature approaches to local selfgovernment and the implementation of such reforms in real life
URI: http://www.apas.admpubl.snspa.ro/handle/2010/67
Date: 2010-02-05


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