AN INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR SUPPORTING THE CLLD
Gyorgy Aldorfai (),
Lilla Czabadai () and
Zoltan Topa ()
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Gyorgy Aldorfai: Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
Lilla Czabadai: Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
Zoltan Topa: Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2016, vol. 13, issue 1, 7-17
Based on the LEADER initiative, the European Union created a new tool for the planning period 2014-2020: the Community Lead Local Development (CLLD). Both the LEADER and the CLLD programmes put great emphasis on studying the basic situation, but there is no universal methodology provided for it, which makes it almost impossible to compare regions with each other. Therefore, this study aims to provide a way to compare regional characteristics and indicators in the current planning period of the EU, which allows us to monitor the development path of the regions, and also the performance of regional development programmes. This study investigates a smaller region, as a test of our chosen method for later and larger investigations. Through the applied methodology important elements belonging to the CLLD, such as the indicators for life quality, organisational efficiency, sectoral performance and infrastructure, were examined. The output of the research is intended to provide a suitable tool for decision makers to compare different regional levels more efficiently
Keywords: CLLD; methodology; development; comparison; measurable (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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