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Improvement in the Principles of System Solutions, Decentralization of the Powers and Responsibilities of Self-Government Structures and Effective Support of Decision-Making Processes as a Condition of Self-Financing

Ludosław Drelichowski and Wiesław Olszewski
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Ludosław Drelichowski: Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki w Bydgoszczy, Instytut Ekonomii i Zarządzania
Wiesław Olszewski: Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki w Bydgoszczy

Collegium of Economic Analysis Annals, 2018, issue 52, 143-160

Abstract: The paper attempts to analyse the state of the solutions of management organization structures in the public sector, with a particular emphasis on the efficiency of information and decision-making processes determined by correct or incorrectly functioning solutions. The assessment of the functioning of the public administration must be related to the efficiency of the information and decision-making processes and the elimination of inconsistent structural solutions. It is important that the overriding criterion is positively verified solutions and not the political interests of individual parties, which are usually divergent from the substantive assessment criteria. The improvement in decision-making support solutions in the management of local government units was achieved through the formulation of three research hypotheses of the university research team with the municipalities quoted in the work.

Keywords: public structure organization; self-government units; self-financing conditions for self-government; budget monitoring (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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