Interaction of public authorities and entities of entrepreneurship in decentralization

  • Ivan Bezena "Dnipro Academy of Continuing Education" of Dnipropetrovsk Regional Council"
Keywords: Community, development strategy, investment attractiveness, business project, income, expenses

Abstract

The article is devoted to exploring new strategies for the development of the territorial community in the context of democratization and decentralization of public authority. There are such public institutions as regional state authorities, united territorial communities which carry out state policy in the respective region and promote the implementation of programs of territorial socio-economic development in close cooperation with economic entities. Small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly involved in the process of understanding and solving community problems. Public, management and production institutions are most closely related to ordinary citizens and should be the organizers of change on the territory, in the settlement and create a living environment that is flexible, comfortable and safe for citizens.In our study the analysis of the legal framework was conducted, the interpretation of key concepts on the outlined problem and practices implemented in the Dnipropetrovsk region were revealed. Topical issues of practical activity of public and business structures are the problems of cooperation development, forecasting and mutual trust creation during the implementation of infrastructure projects in the territory. After all, from a common understanding of the social problems of the territory, the formation of revenue and expenditure part of the budget, processes that will accordingly affect the positive efficiency of the development of the territory and increase the well-being of its citizens.The study has found that the level of cooperation between public authorities and economic entities depends on the pace of development of the territory, the solution of socio-economic problems, the creation of investment attractiveness and progress in creating a favourable environment for citizens. There will be no positive changes without transparency of relations, active involvement in partnership projects in community centres. Territorial development strategies, partnerships, and strategic outputs require the activity and professionalism of all participants in the planning and organizational processes, both government and community, and business. Consistent and transparent actions of the participants of the activity influence the effectiveness and success of the community in the implementation of infrastructure projects aimed at positive changes in life practices.

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Published
2020-02-29
How to Cite
Bezena, I. (2020). Interaction of public authorities and entities of entrepreneurship in decentralization. Public Administration Aspects, 8(1), 99-105. https://doi.org/10.15421/152010
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