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DO THE DATA ON MUNICIPAL EXPENDITURES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC IMPLY INCORRECTNESS IN THEIR MANAGEMENT?

Milan Půček, Michal Plaček, František Ochrana

By way of public budgets is in economically developed countries redistributed approximately one half of the produced GDP. According to the EUROSTAT data (EUROSTAT, 2012), total government expenditures in the EU countries (EU-7) accounted in 2012 for 48.9 % of GDP, of which expenditures on the local governments’ level accounted for 11.5% of GDP. In the Czech Republic, these expenditures stood in 2012 at 43.9% of GDP, while local governments’ spending accounted for 9.8% of GDP. A more detailed comparison of the ratio of total public expenditures to GDP and expenditures of local governments to GDP brings the following table.
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CHANGES IN THE FINANCING OF MUNICIPALITIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS OF SELECTED CITIES: POSSIBLE EFFECTS ON DISINTEGRATION PROCESSES AND MUNICIPAL POLICY

Pavel Roubínek, Petr Kladivo, Marián Halás, Jaroslav Koutský, Zdeněk Opravil

There was a signifi cant reduction in the number of municipalities in the Czech Republic in the era of socialism. This was a consequence of the application of the central system of settlement, which was based on Christaller’s theory of central places. In connection with the changes after 1989, there was a disintegration of such integrated communities and the situation has since stabilized.
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Decision Making and Brownfield Management

Silvia Čiháková Aguilar

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