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Regional Development and Decentralization – Two Options to Overcome Lack of Funding

@article{Alibegovi2013RegionalDA,
  title={Regional Development and Decentralization – Two Options to Overcome Lack of Funding},
  author={Dubravka Jurlina Alibegovi{\'c} and Sun{\vc}ana Slijep{\vc}evi{\'c} and Ž. K. Villa},
  journal={Transylvanian review of administrative sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={10},
  pages={146-167}
}
Decentralization can be generally described as a process in which selected functions are assigned to sub-national units. The literature identifies a number of positive consequences of decentralization which all lead to a better satisfaction of citizens’ needs for public services. Although the decentralization process in Croatia started more than ten years ago, it has not yet been completed. While leading to a new allocation of authorities and responsibilities to local government units, the… Expand
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