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Regionalisation and Regional Policy in Central and Eastern Europe

Editor(s): Ilona Palne Kovacs, Constantin Marius Profiroiu

Date: 2014

ISBN: 978-80-89013-73-9

Publisher: NISPAcee Press

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Table of Contents

Introduction.......................................................................................................................7

SECTION I

Regional Reforms and their Consequences

Consolidation in Local Government: An International Comparison of Arguments and Practices

Michiel S. de Vries, Iwona Sobis........................................................................... 15

Re-thinking the Roles of Regional Councillors in Poland: Evidence from Wielkopolskie and Lubelskie Regional Assemblies

Katarzyna Radzik-Maruszak.............................................................................. 33

The Impact of Historical Heritage of Changing Territorial- Administrative Division on the Country’s Decentralisation Performance

Gerda Zigiene....................................................................................................... 51

A Chance to Restart Public Administration Reform in Slovakia

Tomáš Jacko, Ľudmila Malíková......................................................................... 67

The End of Regionalism in Hungary ? An Assessment of Local Governance Before and After

Edit Somlyódyné Pfeil.......................................................................................... 87

Regionalisation of the Civil Service in the Russian Federation

Alexey Barabashev............................................................................................. 109

SECTION II

Regional Development and Cohesion Policy

Macro-Regions: Regional Integration Within and Beyond the EU

Nico Groenendijk............................................................................................... 121

The Role of Hybrid Partnership in the Management of Development

Aleksander Noworól........................................................................................... 147

Development Policy in an Age of Austerity – Result-orientation, Effectiveness and Sustainability

Györgyi Nyikos................................................................................................... 165

Tax Sharing as an Instrument of Interregional Fiscal Equalisation

Soňa Čapková, Lucia Rončáková...................................................................... 187

Local Governments as the Main Actors of Regional Development in Lithuania

Gabriele Burbulyte-Tsiskarishvili, Audrius Kutkaitis, Inga Normante........... 199

Enhancing Local Governance through Three-Sector Partnerships ? The Case of the Podkarpackie Region (Poland)

Agnieszka Pawlowska, Anna Gasior-Niemiec, Anna Kolomycew................... 213

The Role of Local Public Administration in Building Up Social Economy in Romania

Alina Georgiana Profiroiu, Constantin Marius Profiroiu, Tudorel Andrei..... 229

Regional Partnerships, Foreign Investments and Local Economic Development: A Case Study of Nokia in Cluj County, Romania

David Barnes , Octavian Moldovan, Erzsébet Pocsveiler................................. 249

Regional Governance and Community-Led Local Development: Miles Apart ?

Frans Jorna......................................................................................................... 275

New Approaches and Instruments for Specific Territories’ Management in Bulgaria: Key Points of the Regional Policy under Reformation

Mariya Velikova, Daniela Mihaleva................................................................. 289

Administrative Conflicts in Bulgarian Regional Development Policy – Current Situation, Trends, Possible Solutions

Ivanka Bankova................................................................................................. 305


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