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Publications / Monographs

Metropolitan CEE: Big Cities, Capitals and City-regions in Central and Eastern Europe

Gabor Soos, Markku Temmes

Date: 2010

ISBN: 978-80-89013-51-7

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This book tries to raise the debate on many interesting issues and questions around city-administrations of CEE countries. It focuses on the transition view which means questions and answers on the development of post-communist societies. The papers concentrated on three subthemes to cover city-region development issues: development, governance and decentralization problems.


 

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Metropolitan CEECity Regions as Development Engines in Transition

Markku Temmes.............................................................................................................7

Decentralisation

The Capital City in the Local Self-Government System in Central and Eastern European and Caucasus Countries

Sulev Mäeltsemees ........................................................................................................23

Comparing Finnish and European Urban Policy

Kauko Aronen ..............................................................................................................45

National Urban Policy in Georgia

Nino Gerkeuli...............................................................................................................51

Decentralisation of the Croatian Roads Sector: Should Cities Take Over the Roads?

SašaDrezgić.................................................................................................................65

Governance

Metropolitan Discourse in Poland and Germany: So Near Yet so Far?

Marta Lackowska, Paweł Swianiewicz .......................................................................87

Governance in Slovenian Cities Between Party Politics and New Wave of Management

Uroš Pinterič,..............................................................................................................113

From Doorstep to City Hall and Back: Democratic Local Policymaking in Three European Cities – Bratislava, Bucharest and Ljubljana

Diana-Camelia Iancu, Daniel Klimovsky, Uroš Pinterič,LaurensdeGraaf...........131

Development

Holistic View of International Capacity Building: Partnership of Community in Kragujevac, Serbia

RaymonR.Bruce,Rodney Erakovich, DusanSipovac.............................................165

Metropolises and Big Cities as Regions’ Growth Locomotives: Analysis of Regional Strategies in Poland

Dominika Wojtowicz .................................................................................................179

Large Industrial Cities of Russia: Old Problems and New Challenges

Irina D. Turgel ............................................................................................................193



 

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